Personal details

Name
Associate Professor Felicity Deane
Position(s)
Associate Professor
Faculty of Business & Law,
School of Law
Discipline *
Law
Phone
+61 7 3138 1103
Email
Location
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Identifiers and profiles
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Qualifications

Doctor of Philosophy (Queensland University of Technology), Post Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice (Monash University), BCom (University of Queensland), LLB (University of Queensland)

Professional memberships
and associations

Dr Felicity Deane is an Associate Professor at the Queensland University of Technology.  She completed a Bachelor of Law and a Bachelor of Commerce at the University of Queensland in 1999. Immediately following graduation Felicity commenced work and study in the United States in the disciplines of accounting and law.

 

Felicity has published extensively in areas where economics and the law intersect. She has been researching and teaching the law of the World Trade Organization for over a decade and has extensive knowledge of international trade law and practice. Her first book, Emissions Trading and WTO Law: A Global Analysis, examined the impact of trade rules on climate change market based instruments.

 

Over the past 10 years she has collaborated with industry partners on projects that focus on land use practices in Australia, export markets and impacts on natural resources. In 2016 she led a multidisciplinary project to evaluate different regulatory strategies in the Great Barrier Reef Catchment. In 2019, she was commissioned by the National Farmers Federation to explore farmer’s perceptions of the Commonwealth legislation, the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (Cth). In 2020 she was again asked to led projects by the National Farmer’s Federation, and her work was extensively quoted in their submission to the Independent Review of the EPBC Act.

 

Since 2018 she has been a Chief Investigator on the Beefledger Project funded through the Food Agility CRC and most recently Future Food Systems CRC. Through this work she has published on the use of blockchain technology to support better industry behaviour through the creation of voluntary associations. This work has considered privacy concerns, digitisation of the beef supply chain and smart contract automation.

* Field of Research code, Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), 2008

Biography

Dr Felicity Deane is an Associate Professor at the Queensland University of Technology.  She completed a Bachelor of Law and a Bachelor of Commerce at the University of Queensland in 1999. Immediately following graduation Felicity commenced work and study in the United States in the disciplines of accounting and law.

Felicity has published extensively in areas where economics and the law intersect. She has been researching and teaching the law of the World Trade Organization for over a decade and has extensive knowledge of international trade law and practice. Her first book, Emissions Trading and WTO Law: A Global Analysis, examined the impact of trade rules on climate change market based instruments.

Over the past 10 years she has collaborated with industry partners on projects that focus on land use practices in Australia, export markets and impacts on natural resources. In 2016 she led a multidisciplinary project to evaluate different regulatory strategies in the Great Barrier Reef Catchment. In 2019, she was commissioned by the National Farmers Federation to explore farmer’s perceptions of the Commonwealth legislation, the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (Cth). In 2020 she was again asked to led projects by the National Farmer’s Federation, and her work was extensively quoted in their submission to the Independent Review of the EPBC Act.

Since 2018 she has been a Chief Investigator on the Beefledger Project funded through the Food Agility CRC and most recently Future Food Systems CRC. Through this work she has published on the use of blockchain technology to support better industry behaviour through the creation of voluntary associations. This work has considered privacy concerns, digitisation of the beef supply chain and smart contract automation.

This information has been contributed by Associate Professor Felicity Deane.

Publications


For more publications by this staff member, visit QUT ePrints, the University's research repository.

Awards

Awards and recognition

Type
Advisor/Consultant for Industry
Reference year
2020
Details
I was the Chief Investigator on a project contracted with the National Farmers Federation
Type
Advisor/Consultant for Industry
Reference year
2020
Details
I was invited to be the project lead across two projects with the National Farmers Federation with a view to inform their submission to Government on the EPBC Act.
Type
Keynote Speaker/Expert Panel Member/Invited Speaker for a Conference
Reference year
2020
Details
I was invited as the Keynote speaker (on natural capital) to a national meeting that was to be held in May, however given the COVID restrictions it was postponed.
Type
Reviewer for an Academic Journal
Reference year
2020
Details
I was asked by this Q1 International Journal to be a reviewer
Type
Reviewer for an Academic Journal
Reference year
2020
Details
I was invited by a Q1 journal to be a reviewer
Type
Reviewer for an Academic Journal
Reference year
2020
Details
I was invited by an international Q1 journal to be an ongoing reviewer
Type
Reviewer for an Academic Journal
Reference year
2019
Details
I was invited as a nationally recognised expert to review for the Monash University Law Review
Type
Reviewer for an Academic Journal
Reference year
2019
Details
I was invited to be a reviewer for this international journal
Type
Reviewer for an Academic Journal
Reference year
2018
Details
I was invited to be a reviewer for this journal
Type
Keynote Speaker/Expert Panel Member/Invited Speaker for a Conference
Reference year
2016
Details
My colleague Associate Professor Md. Saiful Karim and I were invited (with funding provided) to present at the TRAMERN Conference at the University of Copenhagen in Denmark.

Supervision

Current supervisions

  • MACHINE LEARNING TECHNOLOGY: PROCEDURAL JUSTICE IN DECISIONS MADE BY AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT AGENCIES
    PhD, Associate Supervisor
    Other supervisors: Associate Professor Anna Huggins, Professor Nicolas Suzor
  • Navigating to smoother regulatory waters for Australian commercial vessels capable of remote or autonomous operation.
    PhD, Associate Supervisor
    Other supervisors: Professor Kieran Tranter
  • Climate Change and the Passenger Transport Sector of the United Arab Emirates: The Role of Law and Policy to Enhance Transparency for Emissions Reduction
    PhD, Associate Supervisor
    Other supervisors: Associate Professor Saiful Karim
  • Australian sovereign digital currency: what Australia can learn from Sweden's e-Krona and the Marshall Island's SOV.
    MPhil, Principal Supervisor
    Other supervisors: Professor Afshin Akhtar-Khavari

Completed supervisions (Doctorate)

Completed supervisions (Masters by Research)