Professor Gabriel Moens
Adjunct Professor, College of Law & Justice
Professor Moens has taught extensively in various universities and having a civil as well as a common law background, his ability to internationalise the curriculum is significant.
He served on the committee which drafted the explanations to the rules of the Australian Centre for International Commercial Arbitration (ACICA) where he sits on the board.
Professor Moens complements the interests of other members of the staff in the Victoria Law School in comparative commercial law, an area of research interest.
Professor Moens has held several university positions including:
- Dean and Professor of Law, Murdoch University School of Law
- Professor of Law and head, Graduate School of Law, The University of Notre Dame
- Visiting Professor of Law, Loyola University New Orleans School of Law
- Garrick Professor of Law, University of Queensland
- Director, The Australian Institute of Foreign and Comparative Law, T C Beirne School of Law
Commercial Law of the European Union, Springer Verlag, 2010 (with John Trone).
Lumb & Moens' The Constitution of the Commonwealth of Australia Annotated, 7th Ed,. LexisNexis Butterworths, Sydney, 2007, 544 pp (with John Trone)
International Trade and Business: Law, Policy and Ethics (2nd ed.), Routledge/Cavendish, London. 2006 (with Peter Gillies), 649 pp
Book chapters and articles
The Appointment and Challenge of Arbitrators under the Rules of the Australian Centre for International Commercial Arbitration in (2009), 12, Issue 5 International Arbitration Law Review (with Sam Luttrell), 84-95
The Arbitration Rules of the Australian Centre for International Commercial Arbitration: Distinctive Features in (2009) 75, Issue 4 Arbitration (with Sam Luttrell), 521-532
Reflections on the Role of Mediators and Arbitrators: Can a Good mediator also be a good Arbitrator in (2009) 6 Macquarie Journal of Business Law (with Philip Evans), 265-276
The Importance of the 'Rule of Law' in the Development of the Australia-China Business Relationship (2007) in National Observer, 220-227
Areas of expertise
- Comparative commercial law