Professor David Denton, QC is an Adjunct Professor in the College of Law & Justice at Victoria University.

He has admission to practice in:

  • Supreme Court of Victoria
  • High Court of Australia 
  • Supreme Court of New South Wales 
  • Supreme Court of South Australia 
  • Supreme Court of Queensland 
  • Supreme Court of Fiji (pro tem)


Commercial Arbitration - Does It Really Have A Future? (2014) 4 VULJ 117

You Take the Low Road, and I’ll Take High Road … Will Scottish Independence Cause and Australian Republic? (2014) 155 VBN 48

Civil Procedure - Case & Statute Law Update - (2012 & 2014 Leo Cussen Centre for Law - “LCC”)

Hard Lessons in a Tumultuous Year - Centro and James Hardie - What Next? (2012 Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia

Understanding the Proportionate Liability Regime (2011 Legalwise SeminarsLS”)

Liquidated Damages and Penalties - Ensuring Enforceability (2010 LexisNexis Seminars Melbourne)

The Civil Procedure Act Reforms – Ready for the Changes? (2010 LCC)

Misconduct of Insolvency Practitioners (2009 Insolvency Practitioners Association

The Accountability of ‘Corporate Undertakers’ for their Misconduct in Office (2009 LS)

Litigation Intensive - A Practical Session On Preparing for and Conducting a Commercial Trial (2007 LCC)

Directors’ Duties – Some Observations – USA – UK – Australia (2004 Law Institute of Victoria – “LIV”)

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Areas of expertise

  • commercial arbitration
  • Corporate governance

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