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Prof Anthony Gray


Faculty of Law

Accepting PhD Students

Research interests

I am interested in most aspects of Constitutional Law.  Particular areas of focus include separation of powers, judicial power, and federal financial relations (particularly excise duties).  I am interested in representative government and democracy, particularly issues such as voting eligibility.  I am most concerned to preserve and protect freedom of speech in our society.

I also have a strong interest in civil obligations, in particular tort law and the law of contract.  A particular focus at present is a two-volume work on good faith in contracting environments.  I have published research monographs and refereed journal articles on various aspects of tort law, including fault-based liability and vicarious liability. 

I am potentially interested in supervising research in any of these areas.


  • Doctor of Philosophy, University of New South Wales, Award Date: 26 May 1998
  • LLM, Queensland University of Technology, Award Date: 1 Jan 1994
  • Grad Dip Leg Pac, Queensland University of Technology, Award Date: 1 Nov 1992
  • BBus/LLB (Hon), Queensland University of Technology, Award Date: 1 Jan 1992

Fields of Research

  • Public law
  • Private law and civil obligations

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