- Dr Lucy Cradduck
- Senior Lecturer
Faculty of Law,
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Doctor of Juridical Science (Queensland University of Technology), LLM(TechLaw) (Queensland University of Technology), Graduate Certificate in Academic Practice (Queensland University of Technology), LLB (Queensland University of Technology), ANZIIF(Assoc) (Other)
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Dr Cradduck is a member of the Broadband Today Alliance Inc. and her primary research interest is in the development of appropriate broadband policy. Her research also includes the impacts to property use and users arising from access to internet. Lucy was appointed in 2012 as part of QUT’s Early Career Academic Recruitment and Development (ECARD) Program. Her SJD Thesis entitled The future of the Internet Economy: Addressing challenges facing the implementation of the Australian National Broadband Network examined issues pertinent to the challenges facing ubiquitous high speed broadband in Australia.
NBN, broadband, end-user, internet, internet economy, open access, real property, retirement village, tenure
Lucy holds a current Practising Certificate and is a member of the Queensland Law Society, Australian Corporate Lawyers and Australian and New Zealand Institute of Insurance and Finance. She also is a non-Executive Director of Relationships Australia (Qld) and the honorary legal consultant to the Buderim War Memorial Community Association Inc (‘BWMCA’), and was a Foundation Council Member of St Andrew’s Anglican College, Peregian Springs.
Since her admission Dr Cradduck has worked within legal units for various Queensland Government Departments, as well as in private practice most recently as a consultant lawyer on the Sunshine Coast. Lucy commenced her legal career as an articled clerk on the Gold Coast while studying externally at QUT.
Dr Cradduck is a tutor in LWB145 Foundations A; and a lecturer in Intellectual Property Law (LWN0109 and LWB486).
In 2013 she is the unit coordinator for LWB244 Property B.
Before joining the Faculty of Law she worked within the Faculty of Arts and Business at the University of the Sunshine Coast where she lectured to undergraduates, postgraduates and within the Executive MBA program.
- Cradduck LM, (2013) Living a managed community lifestyle: Lessons from Queensland, Property Management p326-334
- Cradduck LM, (2013) Position, privacy and personnel : concerns for the (digital) future, Australia and New Zealand Property Journal p42-49
- Cradduck LM, (2013) e-technology v t-engagement: A snapshot of Australia's digital economy readiness, Journal of Applied Computing and Information Technology p1-5
- Cradduck L, (2012) Life in the internet economy and the changing face of property use, Australian and New Zealand Property Journal p1-5
- Cradduck LM, Blake AG, (2012) Retirement villages: time for a change?, Australian and New Zealand Property Journal p645-654
- Cradduck LM, (2012) The future of Australian e-Learning: It's all about access, E-Journal of Business Education and Scholarship of Teaching p1-11
- Kee K, Cradduck L, Blodgett B, Olwan R, (2011) Cyberinfrastructure inside out: Definition and influences shaping its emergence, development, and implementation in the early 21st century, Nexus: New Intersections in Internet Research p157-189
- Wharton N, Cradduck L, (2011) A comparison of security of tenure in Queensland and in Western Europe, Monash University Law Review p16-46
- Cradduck L, (2011) Concerns about the rollout of broadband : a legal consideration of Australia's NBN greenfield policy, Pacific Rim Property Research Journal p48-69
- Cradduck LM, McCullagh AJ, (2008) Identifying the Identity Thief: Is It Time for a (Smart) Australia Cards?, International Journal of Law and Information Technology p125-158
For more publications by this staff member, visit QUT ePrints, the University's research repository.
Awards and recognition
- Academic Honours, Prestigious Awards or Prizes
- Reference year
- Best Innovative Refereed Conference Paper at PRRES Conference 2012 for paper 'Place and Space: Community in the Internet Economy and What This Will Mean for Property'.
- Advisor/Consultant for Community
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- honorary Legal Consultant Buderim War Memorial Community Association
- Appointment to Prestigious Positions
- Reference year
- Elected as a non-Director of the Board of Directors of Relationships Australia (Qld).