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Dr Annette Greenhow

Assistant Professor

Level 4, Building 4, Faculty of Law, Bond University

Professional biography

Annette is Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Law at Bond University and teaches postgraduate and undergraduate subjects including Global Sports Law and Governance, Sports Law, Tort Law and Corporations Law. Annette is the Faculty’s Academic Coach of the Sports Arbitration Moot team. 

Annette’s research interests include: 

• the regulation of sport-related concussion, recognising public and private interests

• an interdisciplinary approach to youth sport concussion in Canada 

• effective athlete representation in sports governance

 • Corporations Law and the Business Judgment Rule 

Annette regularly publishes and presents on sports law topics related to her areas of research interests. She convenes the annual Interdisciplinary Colloquium on Sport held in February each year at Bond University. 

Annette is admitted as a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Queensland and has over twenty years’ experience in the legal profession, including principal of the firm, Greenhow and Associates, and Special Counsel at Corrs Chambers Westgarth. 

Annette is Director of the Centre for Commercial Law, General Editor of the Bond University Sports Law and Governance Journal, member of the Centre for Professional Legal Education, and Faculty Representative on the Bond University Human Research and Ethics Committee.

Teaching expertise

Global Sports Law and Governance, Sports Law, Corporations Law, Tort Law 

Professional admissions

  • Board Member of the Australian and New Zealand Sports Law Association
  • Member of the Queensland Law Society


  • PhD 'Because the Brain Matters: Regulating Concussion in Australian Sport' Monash University
  • Masters of Laws Bond University
  • Bachelor of Laws Queensland University of Technology