Dr Michael Nancarrow Law / School of Business and Law
Senior Lecturer and Adjunct Research Fellow
PhD UNSW; Grad PLT College of Law, Sydney; LLB (Hons) Macq; BEc Macq.
Phone: (02) 9324 5780 - Ext: 55780
Dr Michael Nancarrow received his PhD in Law from the University of NSW in 2010. He has previously also studied at Macquarie University, the University of Sydney and Oxford University. His professional and academic expertise in legal education and in his early law practice experience has been in property law. Michael has written 2 theses in this field, has delivered conference papers and published in this field, including in Halsburys’ Laws of Australia. His professional career started in the Commonwealth Department of Prime Minister & Cabinet during the Hawke government. Michael has also worked in private legal practice with the international firm of Baker & McKenzie and subsequently with Ross Tzannes (foundation author of the NSW Strata Titles loose leaf service and property law teacher at the University of Sydney Law School for 10 years) in the firm of Pryor, Tzannes and Wallis in Sydney.
Michael has taught at a range of universities and Law Schools in Australia and been a Visiting Fellow at Stanford Law School (USA) and Osgoode Hall Law School (Canada). Since 2013 he became more intensively involved in online legal education, through teaching into the CQUniversity online LLB program and taking responsibility for the property law courses within the CQU LLB program.
Another area of interest and expertise for Michael is professional and applied ethics. He has worked extensively in this field delivering conference papers and publishing internationally. In July 2012 he delivered a peer reviewed paper at the International Society for Business, Economics and Ethics World Congress in Warsaw. A version of that paper was also delivered to the Centre for International Governance, School of Law, University of Leeds in the United Kingdom.
University of Sydney
University of Oxford (Affiliated: Worcester College)
University of NSW
Monash University, School of Law (1989-91)
University of Wollongong, Faculty of Law, School of Nursing, Department of Management (1993-96)
Western Sydney University, Milperra campus (Youth and the Law course) (1996)
University of Sydney, School of Engineering (Guest Lecturer in Professional Ethics) (1995-2000)
University of NSW, Faculty of Law (2000-2009)
Solicitor of the Supreme Court of NSW
Solicitor of the High Court of Australia
Solicitor and Barrister of the Supreme Court of Victoria
Ausmed Nursing Conferences
Australasian College of Law (Property Law and Professional Ethics)
‘Community housing emerges from the shadow lands: property rights and the implications of a national regulatory framework under the Community Housing National Law’ (Alternative Law Journal 2016)
'Between the Market and the State: Ethical Governance and Hybrid Values in Higher Education – the mercurial case of the hybrid provider'
M.Nancarrow, ‘Community housing in New South Wales emerges
from the shadowlands: Property Rights, Land Title Reform and embracing
a National Regulatory Framework.’ (Australian Property Law Review, September 2014)
M.Nancarrow and Will Rifkin, 'Reflective and Reflexive Learning Encounters for Public Sector Managers and Executives', Vol 17, No 4, Business and Professional Ethics Journal, pp 101-121.
M Nancarrow and Will Rifkin, 'Reflective Cycles and Reflexive Learning Principles: teaching Ethics from the Learner Outward', Handbook of Research on Teaching Ethics in Business and Management Education, Hershey, PA, USA, 2012
M Nancarrow, Housing Schemes, 380-Social Welfare and Services, vol 23, Halsburys' Laws of Australia, pp 714,613-715,098
M Nancarrow, ‘Between the Market and the State: The Regulatory Reform of Community Housing in New South Wales – Contractual, Proprietary and Governance Frameworks’ PhD Thesis, Faculty of Law, University of New South Wales, August 2010
Michael Nancarrow, ‘Title registration to Integrated Land Information’, LLB (Hons) Thesis, School of Law, Macquarie University, June, 1985, 149 pages Call No D025897
Housing law and regulation
Responsive law and responsive regulation
Theory and concept of property
Torrens system of land registration and technology
Conveyancing, land contracts and technology
Professional and applied ethics
Nancarrow, M. R. (2017). Community housing emerges from the shadowlands: Property rights and the implications of a national regulatory framework under the Community Housing National Law. Alternative Law Journal, 42(1), 35-41. doi:10.1177/1037969X17694784
Nancarrow, M., & Rifkin, W. (2012). Reflective cycles and reflexive learning principles : teaching ethics from the learner outward. In Unknown (Ed.), Handbook of research on teaching ethics in business and management education (1st ed., pp. 387-412). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.