BA, LLB (Hons) (Melb)
Dr Leon Terrill is a senior lecturer and Director of JD Studies in the Faculty of Law & Justice. He previously worked as a senior lawyer with the Central Land Council, Alice Springs, and as a duty lawyer with Victoria Legal Aid, Melbourne. He is a contributing author to Sackville and Neave: Australian Property Law, 11th ed, co-editor of Native Title from Mabo to Akiba and author of Beyond Communal and Individual Ownership: Indigenous Land Reform in Australia, and publishes broadly on land rights, property law and housing in remote Indigenous communities. Dr Terrill teaches Principles of Private Law, Land Law, Legal Research and Writing and Native Title Law, Policy and Practice.
Leon has written extensively on Indigenous land rights and land tenure reform. His current project investigates the impact of the introduction of home ownership in remote Indigenous communities.
My Research Supervision
Jayne Weepers, 'Supporting economic development on indigenous land' (with Sean Brennan and Megan Davis)
Principles of Private Law
Native Title Law, Policy and Practice