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Books:

(with Evans, S., Department of Social Work) The Marriage of Pappas/Brown Centre for the Study of Higher Education, Melbourne: 50pp (1991)

In the Ball Park: Alternative Dispute Resolution and the Courts Australian Institute of Judicial Administration, Melbourne: 117pp (1991)

Solicitors and Divorce Oxford University Press, Oxford: 200pp (1992)

Family Law and Society Butterworths, Sydney: 420pp (1993)

(with HUNTER, R., and JOHNSTONE, R.,) (eds) Thinking About Law: Perspectives on the History, Philosophy and Sociology of Law Allen and Unwin, Sydney: 254pp (1995)

Chapters in Books:

Australian Matrimonial Property Law: the rise and fall of discretion, in The Emergence of Australian Law eds Ellinghaus, Bradbrook and Duggan, Butterworths, Melbourne: pp 176-188 (1989)

Solicitors, housing and divorce: stuck in the middle, in Studies in Housing No. 4: Housing and Divorce ed Symon, Centre for Housing Research, Glasgow: pp199-221 (1990)

Financial Provision on Divorce in Australia: Discretion Discredited?, in The Economic Consequences of Divorce eds Weitzman and Maclean, Oxford University Press, Oxford: pp 67-82 (1991)

Family Law in Annual Survey of Australian Law 1990, Law Book Company, Sydney: pp1-20 (1991)

Family Law in An Annual Survey of Australian Law 1991, Adelaide Law Review, Adelaide: pp387-406 (1992)

Family Law: The Family Law Act and the Family Court in Halsbury's Laws of Australia, Butterworths, Sydney: pp378,085-378,130 (1993)

Family Law: Marriage in Halsbury's Laws of Australia, Butterworths, Sydney: pp378,243-378,264 (1993)

Family Law: Legal Consequences of Marriage in Halsbury's Laws of Australia, Butterworths, Sydney: pp378,315-378,333 (1993)

Property Rights Arising Out of Marital Cohabitation in Halsbury's Laws of Australia, Butterworths, Sydney: pp379,385-379,445 (1993)

Family Law in An Annual Survey of Australian Law 1992, Adelaide Law Review, Adelaide: pp 345-70 (1993)

Family Law in An Annual Survey of Australian Law 1993, Adelaide Law Review, Adelaide: pp 301-20 (1994)

(with HUNTER, R., and WOOD, D.) Themes in liberal legal and constitutional theory in HUNTER, R., INGLEBY, R., and JOHNSTONE, R.,) (eds) Thinking About Law: Perspectives on the History, Philosophy and Sociology of Law Allen and Unwin, Sydney: pp 41-60 (1995)

(with JOHNSTONE, R.) Invocation and enforcement of legal rules in HUNTER, R., INGLEBY, R., and JOHNSTONE, R.,) (eds) Thinking About Law: Perspectives on the History, Philosophy and Sociology of Law Allen and Unwin, Sydney: pp 157-73 (1995)

(with JOHNSTONE, R.) Judicial decision making in HUNTER, R., INGLEBY, R., and JOHNSTONE, R.,) (eds) Thinking About Law: Perspectives on the History, Philosophy and Sociology of Law Allen and Unwin, Sydney: pp 174-88 (1995)

Family Law in An Annual Survey of Australian Law 1994, Adelaide Law Review, Adelaide (1995)

“The de-Bromleyfication of Australian family law” in Bridge (ed) Family Law Towards the Millenium: Essays for PM Bromley (Butterworths, London, 1997)

“Helping candidates form the research question” in Evans and Denholm (eds) Supervising Doctorates Downunder (Melbourne, Acer, 2007)

“Legal issues” chapter 20 of Stagnitti (ed) Fieldwork Education for the Health Professions: A Guide to Clinical Learning & Teamwork (Melbourne, OUP, 2010)

(with Chung) “Overcoming the cultural challenges in supervising Chinese research students” in Ryan (ed) Book arising out of conference on Education in China held at Keble College, Oxford, March 2009 to be published by Routledge Kegan Paul in English and Chinese

Videos:

with Department of Social Work, Centre for the Study of Higher Education Video Production Unit) In the Marriage of Pappas Brown (Melbourne, Centre for the Study of Higher Education) 105 mins (1991)
Journals:

Law Commission No. 118: Illegitimacy Journal of Social Welfare Law: pp 170-4 (1984)

Sledgehammer Solutions in Non-Marital Cohabitation Cambridge Law Journal 43: pp 227-30 (1984)

Consent Orders New Law Journal 134: pp 1023-24 (1984)

The Code in Practice - A View from the Academic World Solicitors Family Law Association Newsletter: p 27 (1985)

Consent Orders: Disclosure Requirements Cambridge Law Journal 44: pp 202-4 (1985)

Out-of-court settlements: Policy, Principle, Practice, Procedure Mediation Quarterly 11: pp 57-66 (1986)

The Clean Break - Allusions to Illusions and the Welfare of the Child Journal of Social Welfare Law: pp 257-66 (1986)

Buy now, pay later: the hidden costs of negotiated settlements to matrimonial disputes Journal of Social Welfare Law: pp 50-55 (1988)

The right to protection from poverty of children of divorced couples Australian Child and Family Welfare 12: pp 11-13 (1988)

Law Commission Working Paper No 96: Towards a Judicial Definition of Reasonableness? Family Law 18: pp 45-46 (1988)

(with Charlesworth, H.) - Matrimonial property law and the sexual division of labour Law in Context 6: pp 29-49 (1989)

The Crimes (Family Violence) Act 1987 - a duck or an emu? Australian Journal of Family Law 3: pp 49-69 (1989)

Matrimonial breakdown and the legal process: the limitations of no-fault divorce Law and Policy: pp 1-16 (1989)

Rhetoric and Reality: regulation of out-of-court activity in matrimonial proceedings Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 9: pp 230-50 (1989)

The redefinition of parental rights on divorce: is Socrates an elephant? Journal of Social Welfare Law: pp 148-60 (1989)

The teaching of crosscultural issues in family law Legal Services Bulletin 13: p 72 (1989)

Translation and the divorce lawyer: simulating the law and society interface Legal Education Review 1: pp237-248 (1989)

Catholics, Communists, alternative dispute resolution and Bob Dylan Australian Journal of Dispute Resolution 1: pp18-23 (1990)

Superannuation and Divorce: Options for Reform Superannuation Law Bulletin 1: pp56-57 (1990)

Superannuation and divorce Australian Law Journal 64: pp244-265 (1990)

Regulating the termination of marital status: is it worth the effort? Melbourne University Law Review 17: pp671-84 (1990)

Compulsion is not the Answer Australian Law News 27(4): pp17-18 (1992)

The presumption of no order University of Manchester Working Paper No. 17: pp20 (1993)

Court Sponsored Mediation: The case against mandatory participation Modern Law Review 56: pp441-451 (1993)

Review of Murch and Hooper The Family Justice System Modern Law Review 56: pp625-26 (1993)

Review of Ellickson Order Without Law Modern Law Review 57: pp344-45 (1994)

The Economic Consequences of Divorce in Australia: recent developments University of Houston Law Review 31: pp617-29 (1994)

The Family Law Reform Act - A Practitioner's Perspective Australian Journal of Family Law 10: pp48-52 (1996)

“Cross-vesting procedures and the Amendments to the Family Law Rules” (1997) 12(2) Australian Family Lawyer 17

“Maintenance for Children over 18: Recent Developments” (1997) 3 Current Family Law 129

(with Fehlberg) “Surety Wives and Australian Law; Garcia v National Australia Bank Limited” (1998) 4 Current Family Law 207

“Are there any rules in big money cases?” (2001) 14 Australian Family Lawyer

“Cry Figgins’ and Let Loose the Dogs of War” (2002) 8 Current Family Law 192

“De Winter’s Tale - The exercise of dismissal discretion by the Full Court” (2003) Australian Family Lawyer

“Lambert and lamp posts: the end of equality in Anglo-Australian matrimonial property law?” (2005) International Journal of Law, Policy and the Family 137-47

(with Prosser and Waters) “Fast-food restaurants and obesity” (2007) 44(2) Australian Planner 12-13

(with Prosser and Waters) “UNROC and the Prevention of Childhood Obesity: The right not to have food advertisements on Television” (2008) 16 Journal of Law and Medicine 49

(with Chung) “Cultural issues in commencing the supervision of Chinese Research students (2009) 51 Australian Universities Review 42

'Hans Christian Anderson, Bulleen and the Emperor's New Clothes' (2010) 24 AJFL 272

(with Chung) “The applicability of Western socio-legal frameworks to the study of negotiation in Chinese society” (2011) 33 Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management 169-70

Consultancies:

Family Court of Australia, "to provide advice to the Family Court on the optimum method of conducting conferences pursuant to Order 24 of the Family Law Rules" October to December 1991

Attorney-General's, Victoria, November 1988 to March 1989

Law Commission, England, June to July 1986


Editorial:

Australian Journal of Family Law Editorial Board 1991 to present (editor 2005)
Australian Journal of Dispute Resolution Editorial Board 1990 to 2005
Guest Editor International Journal of Law, Policy and the Family 2005
International Journal for Researcher Development (editorial board)
Areas of Practice
Family Law/ De Facto
Additional Info
Richard Ingleby is a specialist in all matters relating to family law. He has appeared, and advised in relation to, trials and appeals at all levels in both state and federal courts, including complex financial matters. He has published many books and articles on family law and alternative dispute resolution. He has a Doctor of Philosophy from Wolfson College, Oxford and a Master of Laws with 1st Class Honours from Trinity Hall, Cambridge and previously held positions at Melbourne, Manchester and Ohio State Universities.


Academic appointments:

Visiting Professor, North China University of Technology, November 2008 to present

Director of Research Training, Deakin University, June 2007 to 30 January 2009

Special Adviser to the Vice-Chancellor, Deakin University, February 2006 to June 2007

Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Business and Law, Deakin University, July 2000 to January 2006

Professorial Associate, Faculty of Law, The University of Melbourne, January 1995 to 31st December 1999

Visiting Fellow, Faculty of Law, The University of Melbourne, February, 1994 to December, 1995

Senior Lecturer (continuing), Faculty of Law, The University of Melbourne, July 1990 to January 1994

Visiting Lecturer, Faculty of Law, Manchester University, 1st January to 31st December 1992

Visiting Research Fellow, Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, Wolfson College, Oxford, 1st January to 31st December 1992

Visiting Professor, College of Law, Ohio State University, March to June 1991

Lecturer, Faculty of Law, The University of Melbourne, August 1987 to July 1990

Lecturer (part-time), Faculty of Law, Manchester University, October 1985 to July 1987
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