Associate Professor
Lucy Cradduck

Profile image of Associate Professor Lucy Cradduck

Faculty of Business & Law,
School of Law


Personal details

Positions

Associate Professor
Faculty of Business & Law,
School of Law

Keywords

NBN, broadband, end-user, internet, open access, technololgy, digital engagements, property rights

Discipline

Law

Field of Research code, Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), 2008

Qualifications

  • Doctor of Juridical Science (Queensland University of Technology)
  • LLM(TechLaw) (Queensland University of Technology)
  • Graduate Certificate in Academic Practice (Queensland University of Technology)
  • LLB (Queensland University of Technology)
  • ANZIIF(Assoc) (Other)

Professional memberships and associations

Current Board roles

Independent Chair, Site Valuation disputes over $5 million, Department of Resources (Qld)

Research Committee member, Australian Property Research and Education Fund Limited

Assistant Member, Valuers Registration Board of Queensland

Current memberships

member, Queensland Law Society

member, Australian and New Zealand Institute of Insurance and Finance

member, Australian Property Institute

Previous Roles and memberships

Expert Committee member – API Submission to the Productivity Commission on Intellectual Property Arrangements, Australian Property Institute

non-Executive Director, Relationships Australia (Qld)

Council member, St Andrew's Anglican College Council, Peregian Springs

member, ACC Australia (formerly Australian Corporate Lawyers Association)

member, Australian Smart Communities Association

Teaching

In first semester 2022 Associate Professor Cradduck is the joint Unit Coordinator, a lecturer (Trust Accounts), and tutor in LLH302 Ethics and the Legal Profession. In second semester 2022 she is the Unit Coordinator, lecturer and a tutor in LWS012 Urban Development Law. Lucy has previously taught into the intellectual property law units (UG and PG), real property law and foundational law units. Lucy's other teaching activities include coaching QUT's mooting teams. This currently includes teams in the Oxford International IP Law Moot; and the Baker McKenzie National Women's Moot competitions. She has previously coached teams in the AAT NOOT (Negotiating Outomes On Time), AAT Moot, and the QUT/Shine Torts Moot competitions. Lucy also assists with practice and competition judging, and in 2018 was a judge at the Oxford International IP Law Moot.

Experience

Selected publications

QUT ePrints

For more publications by Lucy, explore their research in QUT ePrints (our digital repository).

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Awards

Supervision

Current supervisions

  • A Living Jurisdiction? The common law jurisdiction of the High Court of Australia in the 21st Century
    PhD, Principal Supervisor
    Other supervisors: Professor Kieran Tranter