Ms Charlotte Steer

Ms Charlotte Steer

Casual Academic

B.A.,LL.B. (USYD) 1988

G.C.U.L.T. (UNSW) 2012

Law & Justice
School of Private & Commercial Law
Charlotte Steer has taught at UNSW since 1996. She is a Member of the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal in the Consumer and Commercial Division and the Guardianship Division. Previously, she has worked as a solicitor at the Legal Aid Commission of NSW, the NSW Anti-Discrimination Board, and the Seniors Rights Service, a Conference Registrar at the Administrative Appeals Tribunal, and as Associate to Justice McHugh AC QC on the High Court of Australia.
  • Book Chapters | 2014
    Allen BA; Steer C, 2014, 'The Creative Lawyer: Creativity as a Lens for Teaching Law', in Coleman K; Flood A (ed.), Disciplines: The Lenses of Learning, Common Grounds Publishing, Champaign, Illinois, pp. 123 - 138,

Housing Law, Aged Care Law, Constitutional Law, Feminist Law, Creative Pedagogy at Law School.

My Teaching

Administrative Law

Federal Constitutional Law

Foundations of Law

Housing Law

Land Law

Legal Ethics

Legal Research and Writing

Older People & the Law

Principles of Public Law

Principles of Private Law