Position

Associate Professor and Dean of Law
College of Business, Government and Law

Biography

Tania was appointed Dean of Law in August 2017.

Tania has taught Tort Law 1 and 2 in the undergraduate LLBLP program for many years and Legal Analysis and Problem Solving and Torts in Flinders' innovative postgraduate JD program which adopts an online PBL approach since its inception in 2016. She was a supervising solicitor at the award-winning Flinders Legal Advice Clinic from 2012-2016, and is a member of the Clinic’s Executive Management Team with a focus on clinical legal curriculum.

She has received individual and team university teaching excellence awards, an individual Australian government ALTC citation and a team Australian government AAUT citation in 2016.

Tania's current research interests include automated vehicles, blockchain, disruption in the legal profession, artificial intelligence and legal tech, and the future of legal education. She is a director of the Flinders Blockchain Alliance. She is a member of the Legal sub-group of the Australian Driverless Vehicle Initiative [ADVI]’s Policy & Risk Group.

Following her admission as a solicitor in 1986, Tania worked in private legal practice with a medium sized plaintiff firm in Adelaide, focussing primarily on civil litigation, and returned part time to private practice during 2010-11. She continues to undertake legal consultancy work.

Teaching sessionally at Flinders Law School from 1994 until 2009, Tania commenced there part time in 2010, and full time in 2012.

Between 2005 and 2009, she also taught in the School of Social Work & Social Policy at University of South Australia, and in 2009 at Adelaide Law School.

Qualifications

LLB (Adel), GDLP (SAIT), GCE(HE) (Flinders)

Tania is admitted as a barrister and solicitor in the Supreme Court of South Australia and the High Court of Australia and holds a current unrestricted practising certificate.

Honours, awards and grants

2016: Australian Awards for University Teaching: Citations for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning - $10,000 Prize [Team award - Flinders Legal Advice Clinic -'For creating inspirational and transformative clinical legal education that motivates students to develop an ethical professional identity, while acquiring high quality practical skills'

2016-2018: Team member, Flinders Legal Advice Clinic, Law Foundation Grant $100,000
2013-2015: Team member, Flinders Legal Advice Clinic, Law Foundation Grant $100,000

2015: Team member, Major Collaborative Project: Australian Legal Professions Research Network (ALP-NET), Partner Institutions: Melbourne Law School & Flinders Law School (ASPIRE) - $46,000 grant

2014: Vice Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching, Flinders University - $5,000 Prize [Team award - Flinders Legal Advice Clinic]
2014: Flinders University, 'Embedding Transition Pedagogy and Principles across First Year Curriculum Grants’ - $4,000 grant [Team grant - Flinders Legal Advice Clinic]
2014: Education, Humanities and Law Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching, Flinders University [Team award - Flinders Legal Advice Clinic] - $3,000 prize
2013: Finalist, LexisNexis Lecturer of the Year Award (Australia wide)
2011-12: Faculty Scholar, Faculty of Education, Humanities and Law - $10,000 Grant
2011: Flinders Law Students' Association 'Hope' Award - inaugural winner
2011: Australian Learning & Teaching Council Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning - $10,000 Prize [Individual award - 'For sustained excellence in teaching that supports, empowers and inspires first year law students to engage with law']
2010: Vice Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching, Flinders University - $5,000 Prize
2010: Education Humanities Law and Theology Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching, Flinders University [Individual award] - $3,000 Prize
2009: School of Social Work and Social Policy Faculty Sessional Staff Award for Outstanding Teaching, University of South Australia

Key responsibilities

Director, Flinders Blockchain Alliance

Member, Management Team, Flinders Legal Advice Clinic

Teaching interests

  • Tort Law
  • Legal Analysis and Problem Solving
  • Social Justice Internship [Flinders Legal Advice Clinic]
  • Clinical Legal Education

Topic Coordinator:

Topic Lecturer:

Research expertise

  • Law
  • Learning and teaching
  • Technology

Research interests

  • Autonomous/Automated Vehicles and the law (e.g. driverless cars)
  • Blockchain, Distributed Ledger Technology & smart contracts
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Disruption/future of the legal profession
  • Legal impacts of emerging technologies such as:
    • drones
    • genomics/genetics
    • robots
    • big data
    • augmented reality
    • virtual reality
    • 3D printing
    • internet of things
  • Tort Law
  • Clinical Legal education
  • Professional Identity

Supervisory interests

  • Artificial intelligence
  • Law and justice sectors

RHD research supervision

Current

Principal supervisor : HONOURS DISSERTATION - A framework for assessing and evaluating the efficacy of online dispute resolution systems. (1) ; HONOURS DISSERTATION - Artificial Intelligence infringing on rights: Sentencing and bail considerations (1) ; HONOURS DISSERTATION - Can we Protect Rightful Ownership & Indefeasibility by Automating the Real Estate Industry using DLT and Smart Contracts? ; HONOURS DISSERTATION - Managing Risk and Establishing Liability in Biofabrication and Human Tissue Manufacturing (1) ;

Associate supervisor : PhD:The distinction between legal advice and legal information in a context of machine-generated advice and information. (1) ;

Completion

Principal supervisor : HONOURS Supervision - Potential Impacts of Contract Analysis Software on contracting parties, professionals and process (1) ; HONOURS Dissertation: Vicarious liability for intentional, criminal wrongdoing of employees: the current law of Australia clarified in A, DC v Prince Alfred College Inc (1) ; HONOURS Dissertation: How will existing principles of contract apply to 'smart contracts' in Australia? (1) ; HONOURS DISSERTATION - New Wine in Old Wineskins: The Implications of Australia’s Privacy Laws for Biobanks ; HONOURS DISSERTATION - Autonom[y]ous: Australian Privacy Law and the Advent of Connected and Automated Vehicles ;

Publications

  • Leiman, T.K. (2018). Equipping the Legally Literate Leaders of Tomorrow? In Ben Golder, Marina Nehme, Alex Steel, Prue Vines, ed. Edited Collection: Legal Education Research (Conference proceedings) IN PROGRESS: Routledge.
  • Heath, M. and Leiman, T.K. (2017). Choosing Change: Using a Community of Practice Model to Support Curriculum Reform and Improve Teaching Quality in the First Year. In Jacquelin McDonald, Aileen Cater-Steel, ed. Implementing Communities of Practice in Higher Education - Dreamers and Schemers. Singapore: Springer, pp. 183-204.
  • Kennedy, R., Richards, J. and Leiman, T.K. (2016). Integrating Human Service Law, Ethics and Practice. 4th ed. South Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Kennedy, R., Richards, J. and Leiman, T.K. (2013). Integrating Human Service Law, Ethics and Practice. 3rd ed. South Melbourne, VIC: Oxford University Press.
    [Web Link]
  • Milne, J.I. and Leiman, T.K. (2018). Responding to community needs: Creating a Chatbot in a Clinical Legal Education setting. Monash University Faculty of Law and the International Journal of Clinical Legal Education Conference 2018. Monash University, Melbourne, Australia. Nov 2018.
  • Leiman, T.K. (2018). Driverless Vehicles: What Personal Injury Lawyers Need to Know. In Keynote Address, Australian Lawyers Alliance, SA State Conference 2018. Australian Lawyers Alliance. Australian Lawyers Alliance, SA State Conference 2018. Adelaide. May 2018.
  • Leiman, T.K. (2018). Professionalism & Legally Literate Leaders. MD Update & Engagement Forum, College of Medicine & Public Health, Flinders University. Jun 2018.
  • Milne, J.I. and Leiman, T.K. (2018). Introducing a Third Space approach in the clinical legal education context. The International Journal of Clinical Legal Education Conference 2018 Adding Value: How Clinics Contribute to Communities, Students and the Legal Profession. Monash University, Melbourne, Australia. Nov 2018.
  • Camac, N. and Leiman, T.K. (2017). Personal information, Connected Automated Vehicles and the 2017 Federal Court decision, Privacy Commissioner v Telstra. 2nd International Driverless Vehicle Summit. Adelaide. Nov 2017.
  • Brady, M., Burns, K., Leiman, T.K. and Tranter, K. (2017). Connected Automated Vehicles and Australian Personal Injury Compensation Schemes. 2nd International Driverless Vehicle Summit. Adelaide. Nov 2017.
  • Leiman, T.K. (2017). Legal Liability for Accidents involving Automated Vheilces. Flinders Law School Research Seminar Series. Flinders University South Australia. Mar 2017.
  • Leiman, T.K. (2017). The Virtual Curriculum: Adding value and retaining value. Colloquium: Legal Education for the Virtual Age. Victoria University, Melbourne Vicotira. Mar 2017.
  • Leiman, T.K., Brady, M., Burns, K. and Tranter, K. (2017). Liability for Connected Automated Vehicles under the Australian Consumer Law. 2nd international Driverless Vehicle Summit. Adelaide. Nov 2017.
  • Leiman, T.K., Evans, L.J. and Milne, J. (2017). Transitioning law students into study, through study and into employment. 'Bringing It All Together: Clinical Legal Educators in the 21st Century University' The International Journal of Clinical Legal Education Conference 2017. University of Northumbria, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK. Jul 2017.
  • Milne, J. and Leiman, T.K. (2017). Building reflective practice and resilience - Using peer performance reviews in clinical legal education to prepare interns for real world appraisals. National Wellness for law Forum 2017. University of Adelaide Law School. Feb 2017.
  • Kontra, S. and Leiman, T.K. (2017). The Mentor’s Journey of Empowerment. National Wellness for Law Forum 2017. University of Adelaide Law School. Feb 2017.
  • Leiman, T.K. (2017). Building resilient professionals in an age of automation. National Wellness for law Forum 2017. University of Adelaide Law school. Feb 2017.
  • Milne, J. and Leiman, T.K. (2017). Building reflective practice and resilience - Using peer performance reviews in clinical legal education to prepare interns for real world appraisals. The International Journal of Clinical Legal Education Conference 2017 - Bringing it all together: Clinical Legal Educators in the 21st Century University. UNiversity of northumbria, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK. Jul 2017.
  • Leiman, T.K. (2017). Educating the Legally Literate Leaders of Tomorrow. Research in legal Education Conference. University of New South Wales. Dec 2017.
  • Leiman, T.K. (2017). Educating for the past, the present or the future? The Future of Australian Legal Education Conference, Australian Academy of Law. Sydney. Aug 2017.
  • Leiman, T.K. and Milne, J. (2016). Encountering traumatic material: Using concepts of ‘emotional labor’ and’ vicarious resilience’ in legal education. 2016 National Wellness for Law Forum: Re-wiring the law. College of Law, Sydney Australia. Feb 2016.
  • Leiman, T.K. and Bilsborow, K.C. (2016). Artificial intelligence, robotics and autonomous vehicles – equipping lawyers for a fast changing world. Australasian Law Teachers Association (ALTA) 2016 Conference: Advancing Better Government, sustainable economies, vibrant communities: Law's Role? Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. Jul 2016.
  • Leiman, T.K. (2016). Teaching and Practising Law in the Digital Age. Legal Education Associate Deans network. University of Notre Dame, Fremantle, Western Australia. Apr 2016.
  • Leiman, T.K. (2016). Are the robots really coming? Legal practice and the information revolution. Flinders Law School Research Seminar Series. Flinders University, South Australia. May 2016.
  • Kontra, S. and Leiman, T.K. (2016). Making early connections: Using mentor telephone calls to connect with prospective commencing students. 2016 National Wellness for Law Forum: Re-wiring the law. College of Law Syney Australia. Feb 2016.
  • Kontra, S. and Leiman, T.K. (2016). Fostering Resilience and Wellbeing in Peer Mentors. HERGA 2016: From Research and Policy into Practice, Higher Education Research Group of Adelaide. University of Adelaide. Sep 2016.
  • Heath, M.A., Due, C., Hamood, W., Hutchinson, A., Leiman, T.K., Maxfield, K., et al. (2016). Teaching sensitive material: A multi-disciplinary perspective. HERGA 2016: From Research and Policy into Practice, Higher Education Research Group of Adelaide. University of Adelaide. Sep 2016.
  • Bamford, D.N., Leiman, T.K. and Ankor, D. (2016). Disruptive challenges and legal practice. Research Seminar, Department of Political Science, University Roma Tre, Italy. University Roma Tre, Italy. Oct 2016.
  • Ankor, D. and Leiman, T.K. (2016). Legal Education and Adaptive Change in a Disruptive Era. Conference on Teaching and Learning in Law "Directions on Legal Education" Chinese University of Hong Kong. Jun 2016.
  • Ankor, D. and Leiman, T.K. (2016). Disrupting Legal Education? Flinders Law School’s new online PBL JD initiative. Australasian Law Teachers Association (ALTA) 2016 Conference: Advancing Better Government, sustainable economies, vibrant communities: Law's Role? Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. Jul 2016.
  • Leiman, T.K. and Sage-Jacobson, S.L. (2016). Disrupting Public Law Teaching? Flinders Law School's new online PBL JD initiative. Public Law in the Classroom. University of New South Wales, Kensington Campus. Feb 2016.
  • Milne, J., Leiman, T.K. and Ankor, D. (2016). Vertically integrated and embedded clinical legal education: Using First Year Clinic Placements to assist first year students to make links with the realities of future practice. In The Risks and Rewards of Clinic. The International Journal of Clinical Legal Education (IJCLE) and The Association of Canadian Clinical Legal Education (ACCLE) Conference. University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Jul 2016.
  • Milne, J. and Leiman, T.K. (2016). Dealing with difficult clients and subject matter: an Australian perspective on building vicarious resilience in clinic interns. In The risks and rewards of clinic. The International Journal of Clinical Legal Education (IJCLE) and The Association of Canadian Clinical Legal Education (ACCLE) Conference. University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Jul 2016.
  • Leiman, T.K., Landon, G. and McCormick, S. (2016). Legal Education in an Age of Disruption? Equipping law students to meet new challenges. Sir Zelman Cowen Centre’s Law and Courts in an Online World Conference. Victoria University, Melbourne Australia. Nov 2016.
  • Ankor, D. and Leiman, T.K. (2015). The value of early vocational exposure and experience within a traditionally doctrinal discipline. Journal of Vocational Education & Training 11th International Conference. Worcester College, Oxford, UK. Jul 2015.
  • Ankor, D., Leiman, T.K. and Evans, L. (2015). Developing holistic legal professional identity through clinical education. Centre for Legal Education Conference 2015:Legal Education And Access To Justice Conference. Nottingham Trent University, United Kingdom. Jun 2015.
  • Leiman, T.K. (2015). Is Drawing OK? Communicating legal ideas effectively using pictures and symbols. Teaching Legal Analysis and Writing Skills Symposium. Melbourne Law School. Dec 2015.
  • Leiman, T.K. and Ankor, D. (2015). Developing an holistic legal professional identity in first year law students. Learning for Life and Work in a Complex World: Higher Education Research & Development Society of Australasia Conference. Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. Jul 2015.
  • Leiman, T.K. and Kontra, S. (2015). Be brave: Welcome to a whole new world! Using mentor telephone calls to increase attendance at orientation and support transition. Higher Education Research Group of Adelaide Conference 2015 - Brave New World: the Future of Teaching and Learning. Adelaide, South Australia. Sep 2015.
  • Sage Jacobson, S. and Leiman, T.K. (2015). International students as special needs clients of an on-campus legal advice clinic. Australasian Law Teachers Association 2015 Conference: Legal Education and Access to Justice. La Trobe Law School, Melbourne Victoria Australia. Jul 2015.
  • Leiman, T.K., Ankor, D. and Milne, J. (2015). BUILDING POSITIVE PURPOSE: CONNECTING COMMENCING LAW STUDENTS WITH FUTURE PRACTICE. Wellness for Law Forum 2015. Australian National University, Canberra ACT, Australia. Feb 2015.
  • Leiman, T.K. (2014). Preparing students for what's ahead:Using Statements of Inherent Requirements as a tool to encourage law students to manage their own wellbeing. 2014 National Wellness for Law Forum. Brisbane, Queensland. Feb 2014.
  • Abery, E., Leiman, T.K. and Willis, E. (2014). How risky is transformative learning? Evaluating Pedagogy of the Heart assessment in a first year topic through a lens of risk. 17th International First Year in Higher Education Conference. Darwin, Australia. Jul 2014.
  • Leiman, T.K. and Milne, J. (2014). More than imagining: enabling first year students to gain experience of legal practice in a legal advice clinic. Australasian Law Teachers Association Conference 2014:"Thriving in Turbulent Times: Re-imagining the Roles of Law, Law Schools and Lawyers" Bond University, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. Jul 2014.
  • Leiman, T.K. (2013). Improving Student Experience @ Flinders Law School. In Improving Student Experience @ Flinders Law School. Improving Law Students Experience. National Wine Centre, Adelaide. Feb 2013.
  • Leiman, T.K. (2013). Improving Student Experience @ Flinders Law School. Strategies to Improve the Law Students Experience and CEQ Outcomes. Adelaide. Feb 2013.
  • Willis, E.M., Abery, E.J. and Leiman, T.K. (2013). Adopting a Pedagogy of and Education of The Heart. In First Year Forum: First Year Students and Developing the Whole Person. Bedford Park, SA: Flinders University. First Year Forum: First Year Students and Developing the Whole Person. Flinders University.
  • Sage-Jacobson, S., Leiman, T.K. and Ankor, D. (2013). The professional relationships between supervisors as a distinct learning space: An Appreciative Inquiry of a student legal advice clinic' In The professional relationships between supervisors as a distinct learning space: An Appreciative Inquiry of a student legal advice clinic' Eleventh International Journal of Clinical Legal Education Conference, Twelfth Australian Clinical Legal Education Conference. Brisbane. Jul 2013.
  • Leiman, T.K., Abery, E.J. and Willis, E.M. (2013). Adopting a Pedagogy of the Heart: Strategies for engaging FY health sciences students by evoking understanding of the lived experience of future patients and practice. In 16th International FYHE Conference. Wellington, New Zealand: The International First Year in Higher Education Conference. 16th International FYHE Conference. Wellington, NZ. Jul 2013, pp. 1-5.
  • Leiman, T.K. and Ankor, D. (2013). Making the Exchange: Preparing students for legal practice using the Threshold Learning Outcomes for Law and Statements of Inherent Course Requirements. Australasian Professional Legal Education Council Conference 2013. Adelaide, South Australia. Nov 2013.
  • Leiman, T.K. (2013). Working Together on Wellbeing. In Working Together on Wellbeing. National Wellness for Law Forum 2013. University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Vicotria, Australia. Feb 2013.
  • Leiman, T.K. and Ankor, D. (2013). Are there sign posts at the entry gate? How utilising Graduate Qualities, Threshold Learning Outcomes for Law and Inherent Course Requirements might impact on satisfactory completion of a law course. Australian Law Teachers Association Annual Conference 2013. Canberra. Sep 2013.
  • Leiman, T.K., Ankor, D. and Sage-Jacobson, S. (2012). Partnerships within partnerships: learning relationships between teachers & students in a Legal Advice Clinic. ERGA 2012: Partnerships. Adelaide, South Australia. Sep 2012.
  • Heath, M. and Leiman, T.K. (2012). Using a Community of Practice model to encourage innovative and cohesive partnerships among first year law teachers. 15th International First Year in Higher Education Conference 2012. Brisbane, Australia. Jun 2012.
  • Leiman, T.K. and Heath, M. (2012). Building Staff relationships using a community of practice to encourage research-led teaching practice and aid student learning. ERGA 2012: Partnerships. Adelaide, South Australia. Sep 2012.
  • Leiman, T.K. and Willis, E.M. (2012). Imaginal knowledge and transformation. In ERGO Conference. ERGO Conference. Adelaide, Australia.
  • Willis, E. and Leiman, T.K. (2011). Transition or transformation? Integrating imaginal knowledge in the process of 'becoming' a professional. 6th ERGA Conference. The University of Adelaide. Sep 2011.
  • Leiman, T.K. (2017). Book Review: WHY THE FUTURE IS WORKLESS Tim Dunlop; New South Publishing, 2016. Alternative Law Journal, 42(1)
    [Web Link]
  • Leiman, T.K. (2017). Book Review: Why the Future is Workless, Tim Dunlop. Alternative Law Journal, 42(1)
  • Leiman, T.K. (2012). Book Review: Spirituality, Mythopoesis & Learning, Peter Willis, Timothy Leonard, Anne Morrison, Steven Hodge (eds) Health Sociology Review, 21(3) pp. 133-135.
    [10.1080/14461242.2012.11003116]
  • Leiman, T.K. (2018). Legal implications on a worker using their own vehicle for work purposes.
  • Leiman, T.K. (2018). Tradition, Disruption, Innovation and New Opportunities: Law in the 21st century. 9th Themis Lecture.
  • Leiman, T.K. (2018). Understanding Grey Fleet: Legal Implications for businesses?
  • Leiman, T.K. (2018). What is the law, the risk and how do organisations safely manage vehicles used by workers not provided by them? THE NATIONAL ROAD SAFETY PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM - THE GREY FLEET SAFETY MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP.
  • Leiman, T.K. (2017). Grey Fleet: Legal implications for businesses.
  • Leiman, T.K. and McKendrick, M. (2017). Submission to National Transport Commission's hanging driving laws to support automated vehicles’ Discussion Paper October 2017.
  • Leiman, T.K. (2017). Is this the Kodak moment for Lawyers?
  • Brady, M., Leiman, T.K., Burns, K. and Tranter, K. (2016). Submission in response to the National Transport Commission's Regulatory Options of Automated Vehicles Discussion Paper.
    [Web Link]
  • Leiman, T.K. (2016). Legal Innovation, Disruption and Access to Justice Roundtable.
  • Leiman, T.K. and Bilsborow, K.C. (2016). Legal Liability For Accidents Involving Autonomous Vehicles. In Proceedings of the 27th ARRB Group Conference. Melbourne, Victoria: Australian Road Research Board. 27th Australian Road Research Board Group Conference: Linking people, places and opportunities. Melbourne, Victoria. Nov 2016.
  • Leiman, T.K. (2014). What's ahead? Telling prospective students about the inherent skills they need to succeed. In Proceedings of the 2014 International First Year in Higher Education Conference. First Year in Higher Education: First Year in Higher Education. The 17th International First Year in Higher Education Conference. Darwin, Australia. Jul 2014.
    [Web Link]
  • Leiman, T.K. (2014). Managing students with life-threatening medical conditions: Balancing discrimination and work health & safety law. In Proceedings of Australia and New Zealand Educational Law Association 2014 National Conference. www.anzela.edu.au: ANZELA. 23rd Annual Conference of the Australia New Zealand Education Law Association. Adelaide, South Australia. Oct 2014.
  • Brady, M., Burns, K., Leiman, T.K. and Tranter, K. (2017). Automated vehicles and Australian personal injury compensation schemes Browse TOC Automated Vehicles and Australian Personal Injury Compensation Schemes. Torts Law Journal, 24(1) pp. 32-63.
    [Web Link] [Web Link]
  • Heath, M.A., Due, C., Hamood, W., Hutchinson, A., Leiman, T.K., Maxfield, K., et al. (2017). Teaching sensitive material: A multi-disciplinary perspective. ergo: The Journal of the Education Research Group of Adelaide, 4(1) pp. 5-13.
  • Leiman, T.K. (2017). Where are the graphics? Communicating legal ideas effectively using images and symbols. Legal Education Review, 26(2) pp. 48-67.
    [Web Link] [Web Link]
  • Leiman, T.K., Abery, E. and Willis, E. (2015). Taking Risks With Their Hearts: Risk and Emotion in Innovative Forms of Assessment. Journal of University Teaching and Learning Practice, 12(2)
    [Web Link] [Web Link]
  • Leiman, T.K., Ankor, D. and Milne, J. (2015). Beginning in the first year: Towards a vertically integrated curriculum for clinical legal education. A Practice Report. The International Journal of the First Year in Higher Education, 6(1) pp. 171-177.
    [10.5204/intjfyhe.v6i1.261] [Web Link]
  • Sage-Jacobson, S. and Leiman, T.K. (2014). Identifying Teaching and Learning Opportunities within Professional Relationships between Clinic Supervisors. Legal Education Review, 24(2) pp. 159-176.
  • Townes O'Brien, M., Leiman, T.K. and Duffy, J. (2014). The Power of Naming: The Multifaceted Value of Learning Students' Names. QUT LAW AND JUSTICE JOURNAL, 14(1) pp. 114-128.
    [Web Link] [Web Link]
  • Leiman, T.K. (2013). Anything but uniform: Causation under civil liability legislation. Precedent, 115 pp. 20-24.
    [Web Link]
  • Leiman, T.K. and Ankor, D. (2013). Are there sign posts at the entry gate? How utilising Graduate Qualities, Threshold learning Outcomes for Law and Inherent Course Requirements might impact on satisfactory completion of a law course. Journal of the Australasian Law Teachers Association, 6(1 & 2) pp. 113-123.
    [Web Link]
  • Willis, E. and Leiman, T.K. (2013). In defence of a pedagogy of the heart: theory and practice in the use of imaginal knowledge. Higher Education Research and Development (HERDSA) 32(4) pp. 660-671.
    [10.1080/07294360.2012.706747] [Scopus]
  • Willis, E., Abery, E. and Leiman, T.K. (2013). Interrogating Education of the Heart. The International Journal of the First Year in Higher Education, 4(1) pp. 21-32.
    [10.5204/intjfyhe.v4i1.143]
  • Kennedy, R., Richards, J. and Leiman, T.K. (2016). Integrating Human Service Law, Ethics and Practice. 4th ed. South Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Kennedy, R., Richards, J. and Leiman, T.K. (2013). Integrating Human Service Law, Ethics and Practice. 3rd ed. South Melbourne, VIC: Oxford University Press.
    [Web Link]
  • Leiman, T.K. (2018). Equipping the Legally Literate Leaders of Tomorrow? In Ben Golder, Marina Nehme, Alex Steel, Prue Vines, ed. Edited Collection: Legal Education Research (Conference proceedings) IN PROGRESS: Routledge.
  • Heath, M. and Leiman, T.K. (2017). Choosing Change: Using a Community of Practice Model to Support Curriculum Reform and Improve Teaching Quality in the First Year. In Jacquelin McDonald, Aileen Cater-Steel, ed. Implementing Communities of Practice in Higher Education - Dreamers and Schemers. Singapore: Springer, pp. 183-204.
  • Leiman, T.K. (2017). Where are the graphics? Communicating legal ideas effectively using images and symbols. Legal Education Review, 26(2) pp. 48-67.
    [Web Link] [Web Link]
  • Brady, M., Burns, K., Leiman, T.K. and Tranter, K. (2017). Automated vehicles and Australian personal injury compensation schemes Browse TOC Automated Vehicles and Australian Personal Injury Compensation Schemes. Torts Law Journal, 24(1) pp. 32-63.
    [Web Link] [Web Link]
  • Heath, M.A., Due, C., Hamood, W., Hutchinson, A., Leiman, T.K., Maxfield, K., et al. (2017). Teaching sensitive material: A multi-disciplinary perspective. ergo: The Journal of the Education Research Group of Adelaide, 4(1) pp. 5-13.
  • Leiman, T.K., Brady, M., Burns, K. and Tranter, K. (2017). Liability for Connected Automated Vehicles under the Australian Consumer Law. 2nd international Driverless Vehicle Summit. Adelaide. Nov 2017.
  • Camac, N. and Leiman, T.K. (2017). Personal information, Connected Automated Vehicles and the 2017 Federal Court decision, Privacy Commissioner v Telstra. 2nd International Driverless Vehicle Summit. Adelaide. Nov 2017.
  • Leiman, T.K. (2017). The Virtual Curriculum: Adding value and retaining value. Colloquium: Legal Education for the Virtual Age. Victoria University, Melbourne Vicotira. Mar 2017.

Professional and community engagement

Co-convenor

  • Flinders Blockchain Alliance
  • Legal Education Associate Deans' Network
  • First Year Law Teachers Community of Practice, Flinders University

Member:

  • Australian Driverless Vehicles Initiative [ADVI] Policy and Risk Group
  • Law Society of South Australia
  • Law Council of Australia
  • Australian Lawyers Alliance
  • Australian Law Teachers' Assocation
  • Innovation & Enterprise Community of Practice, Flinders University
  • Flinders College of Distinguished Educators
  • Wellness Network for Law
  • Refugee Advocacy Service of South Australia
  • Australasian Legal Practice Management Association

Former member:

  • Families and Communities Research Ethics Committee, Department for Communities and Social Inclusion, Government of South Australia
  • Faculty of Education Humanities and Law Disability Academic Advisor, Flinders University
  • Social and Behavioural Research Ethics Committee, Flinders University
  • Research Ethics Committee, Tabor College
  • Higher Education Research Group of Adelaide (Chair, Journal Working Group)
  • First Year Community of Practice, Flinders University

Expertise for media contact

Subject Titles

  • Law

Interests

  • Automated vehicles (Legal implications of automated vehicles (driverless cars))
  • Disruption in legal profession (Disruptive innovations in legal services sector, artificial intelligence, machine learning, Blockchain)

Contact

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