Mr Adam Jardine
LLB (Hons 1st class), BA
Phone: 9433 0788
Adam joined the School of Law at Notre Dame as a full-time lecturer in 2011. He holds a Bachelor of Laws (First Class Honours) and a Bachelor of Arts, and was the inaugural winner of the Francis Burt Chambers Law Medal (awarded to Murdoch University’s top graduating law student). He has taught in a number of law and media courses over the years, including Research and Writing, Australian Legal System, Administrative Law, Television and Popular Culture, Professional Communication, Media Audiences and the Public, Equity, Trusts, Legal Philosophy and Constitutional Law. He is the recipient of multiple Letters of Commendation for teaching.
Adam’s main research interests are animal law (in particular, animal personhood) and the intersection between law and popular culture.
- Constitutional Law
- Legal Philosophy
- Law and Popular Culture
- Animal Law
Adam Jardine, ‘The Pedagogic Value of Science Fiction: Teaching about Personhood and Nonhuman Rights with Planet Of The Apes’ (2018) 20 University of Notre Dame Law Review
Adam Jardine, ‘Wolves among Us: Some Reflections on the “Bona Fides” of Gendered Violence in Computer Game Art’ (2015) (Special Art Issue) Griffith Journal of Law and Human Dignity 73