AProf Kay Lauchland

AProf Kay Lauchland

  • Associate Professor
    Faculty of Law
Level 4, 4. Faculty of Law, Bond University

Professional biography

Kay Lauchland has been admitted as a solicitor of the Supreme Court of Queensland and has worked as a commercial litigation lawyer.

She has substantial experience as a law lecturer, including several years teaching professional legal skills at undergraduate and LLM level and in professional legal practice courses and Professional Workshops. She also has a Master of Education. Kay has taught in Hong Kong; Shanghai, China and Scotland.

Kay is particularly interested in legal education and in professional training. She teaches the subjects Civil Procedure and Legal Ethics & Professional Conduct, as well as advocacy, dispute resolution, client interviewing, Legal research and writing skills.

Statement of research interests

Legal ethics.I have a particular interest in regulation of the legal profession and ethical behaviour of legal practitioners. I am currently considering the application of virtue ethics to lawyers, and in particular the duty of fidelity.

Areas of research expertise

  • Law