LLB (Hons.) (UQ)
Grad. Dip. Higher Ed. (UNE)
John Page is a Professor in the School of Private and Commercial Law in the Faculty of Law & Justice at the University of New South Wales, Sydney.
John is a scholar of critical property law and theory. His research explores the diversity of property in the common law tradition, and how property intersects with public space, the materiality of place, and the propertied design of lived landscapes. His PhD focused on the concept of property diversity, and its implications for community, obligation, and sustainable urban design. It was published as the monograph Property Diversity and Its Implications (Routledge, 2017).
His second monograph, Public Property, Law and Society (Routledge, 2021) studies the under-surveyed, under-theorized jurisprudence of the public estate, while his latest, The Lawful Forest: A Critical History of Property, Protest and Spatial Justice (with C Clark, Edinburgh University Press, 2022), chronicles the legal geographies of spatial justice across time and space.
LAWS2382 Land Law