Mr Simon Kozlina
Lecturer

Mr Simon Kozlina

BSocSc(Hons)/LLB (UNSW)

GDLP (UTS)

Law & Justice
School of Private & Commercial Law

Simon brings a broad range of experiences to the Faculty of Law & Justice with interests in contract law and international trade law, as well as private law more generally. Simon also has an interest in the connection between law and the implementation of public policy.

Simon joined UNSW in 2022 following nearly two decades at Western Sydney University. 

Location
Room 320, Level 3, F8 Law Building
  • Books | 2013
    Head M; Mann S; Kozlina S, 2013, Introduction
    Books | 2013
    Head M; Mann S; Kozlina S, 2013, Transnational governance: Emerging models of global legal regulation
  • Book Chapters | 2013
    Kozlina S, 2013, 'Trade governance: Legal institutionalism as a magnet for non-trade issues a study of the mixed benefits of WTO dispute settlement for enforcing international obligations', in Transnational Governance Emerging Models of Global Legal Regulation, pp. 69 - 89
  • Journal articles | 2021
    Kozlina S, 2021, ''THAT'S ME IN THE PHOTO' - PHOTOGRAPHY AS A CRITICAL PEDAGOGY TECHNIQUE IN LEGAL EDUCATION', LEGAL EDUCATION REVIEW, vol. 31, pp. 41 - 57, http://dx.doi.org/10.53300/001c.30154
    Journal articles | 2006
    Fitzsimmons DJ; Kozlina S; Vines PE, 2006, 'Optimising the First Year Experience: the Law Peer Tutor Program at the University of New South Wales', Legal Education Review, vol. 16, pp. 99 - 124
    Journal articles | 2001
    Kozlina S, 2001, 'Case Note: Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union v Australian Industrial Relations Commission The AIRC and the Exercise of Private Arbitral Power', University of New South Wales Law Journal, pp. 228 - 236
  • Reports | 2004
    Eardley ; McNab ; Fisher KR; Kozlina ; Eccles J; Flick M, 2004, Evaluation of the New South Wales Youth Drug Court pilot program (final report), 8/2004

Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA)

Simon's research covers both discipline-specific work and research in pedagogy, with a particular emphasis on Critical Pedagogy in higher education.

LAWS1075/JURD7175 Contracts

LAWS1150/JURD7150 Principles of Private Law

LAWS3025/JURD7302 Advanced Contract Law