Mr Dan Toohey
Legal Practitioner/Clinical Advisor
Newcastle Law School
- Phone:(02) 4985 4034
Dan has a long career in the legal industry. From 1999, Dan was a solicitor involved in intellectual property and technology work. Subsequently Dan worked as an Adjudicator at the Office of the Commissioner for Body Corporate and Community Management in Queensland and determined disputes involving parties associated with strata and community titles schemes. Between 2014-2016, he worked for Ability Links NSW in the Information, Linkages, and Capacity Building sector as part of preparations for the National Disability Insurance Scheme, emphasising building the capacity of people with disability to develop natural networks of support. Dan has also worked on tenancy, commercial, home building, and social housing disputes as a member of the Consumer and Commercial Division, NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal. From 2017, Dan has worked as a Solicitor and Clinical Teacher at the University of Newcastle Legal Centre/Newcastle Law School and is actively engaged in Startup Law Clinics and Pop-Up Legal Advice Clinics. Due to a background in the technology sector, Dan also has a keen interest in the development of lawtech to provide increased access to justice.
- Bachelor of Science, University of Queensland
- Bachelor of Laws (Honours), University of Queensland
- Professional Certificate in Arbitration, University of Adelaide
- access to justice
- professional conduct
- English (Mother)
For publications that are currently unpublished or in-press, details are shown in italics.
Journal article (2 outputs)
Toohey L, Moore M, Toohey D, Dart K, 'Meeting the Civil Justice Challenge: Digital Inclusion, Algorithmic Justice and Human-Centred Design', Macquarie Law Journal, 19 133-156 (2019) [C1]
Toohey LC, Toohey D, 'Achieving Quality Outcomes in Community Titles Disputes: A Therapeutic Jurisprudence Approach', Monash University Law Review, 293-316 (2010)