Dr Courtenay Ann Atwell
Casual Academic

Dr Courtenay Ann Atwell

  • Doctor of Philosophy, UNSW Sydney Business School Thesis Title: Waiting and Cooling Off Periods in Franchise Contracts: Their Role and Effectiveness for Franchisors and Franchisees
  • Masters of Business Law, UNSW Sydney, Law School Focus: International Business and Economic Law.
  • Bachelor of Commerce, UNSW Sydney Business School
Business School

Courtenay Atwell is the UNSW Business School's Research Development Manager. She has 11 years’ experience at UNSW Sydney. Previous roles include managing the UNSW Gonski Institute fort Education, UNSW Law’s Centre for Continuing Legal Education and the China International Business and Economic Law Centre, project management for UNSW Learning Environments and various student administration roles in the Science and Engineering faculties. Courtenay currently teaches as a casual academic at the UNSW Business School. 

  • UNSW Law Dean’s Award for Innovation (2017)
  • Nomination for the UNSW President’s Award for Innovation (2017)
  • UNSW Vice-Chancellor’s Teaching Award for Contributions to Student Learning (2016)
  • UNSW Business School Teaching Award (2016)
  • Australian Postgraduate Award (2014-2018)
  • Riochi Sasakawa Young Leaders Fellowship – Tokyo Foundation (2014- 2018)
  • Student Research Abroad Grant – Tokyo Foundation (2015)
  • UNSW Graduate Research Office Travel Grant
  • UNSW Travel Research Grant to represent UNSW at the Association of Pacific Rim Universities Doctoral Student Conference