Dr Glen Anderson
Newcastle Law School (Law)
- Phone:02 49215980
I have formerly taught extensively in matters of law, international relations and politics at Macquarie University before being appointed to Newcastle University in 2010. My principal research interest is the legality of unilateral non-colonial (UNC) secession in international law. This entails the study of classic subjects of international law such as state creation, self-determination of peoples, sources of international law, the use of force and recognition. I am also particularly interested in the law of fiduciary obligations, dispositions of equitable interests in property, equitable priorities and theories of property law.
My principal areas of research expertise include secessionist self-determination in international law, fiduciary obligations, equitable dispositions of property and equitable priorities. I have previously undertaken research in matters relating to the Cold War, post-materialism and international relations theory.
I teach Property Law, Equity and Trusts Law, and Company Law to LLB students.
- PhD, Macquarie University
- Bachelor of Arts (Honours), Macquarie University
- Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Laws (Honours), Macquarie University
- Company Law
- Equity and Trusts Law
- International Law
- Property Law
Fields of Research
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|Title||Organisation / Department|
|Lecturer||University of Newcastle
Newcastle Law School
|Dates||Title||Organisation / Department|
|1/01/2002 -||Lecturer / Tutor||Macquarie University
Business and Law
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Book (2 outputs)
|2017||Anderson GP, Equity and Trusts: History, Concepts and Doctrine, Oxford University Press, Australia, - (2017)|
|2016||Anderson GP, Property Law: Philosophy, Concepts and Doctrine, Oxford University Press, Australia, - (2016)|
Journal article (5 outputs)
|2015||Anderson GP, 'Unilateral Non-Colonial Secession and the Criteria for Statehood in International Law', Brooklyn Journal of International Law, --- (2015)|
|2014||Anderson GP, 'Old Meets New: The Rule in Shropshire's Case and the Torrens System', Property Law Review, 4 95-114 (2014)|
|2013||Anderson GP, 'Unilateral Non-Colonial Secession in International Law and Declaratory General Assembly Resolutions: Textual Content and Legal Effects', Denver Journal of International Law and Policy, 41 345-396 (2013) [C1]|
|2013||Anderson GP, 'Unilateral Non-Colonial Secession in International Law and the Use of Force: Effect on Claims to Statehood in International Law', Connecticut Journal of International Law, 28 197-240 (2013) [C1]|
|2013||Anderson GP, 'Secession in International Law and Relations: What Are We Talking About?', Loyola of Los Angeles International and Comparative Law Review, 35 343-388 (2013) [C1]|
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Grants and Funding
|Number of grants||1|
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20111 grants / $5,000
Funding body: University of Newcastle
|Funding body||University of Newcastle|
|Project Team||Doctor Glen Anderson|
|Scheme||New Staff Grant|
|Type Of Funding||Internal|