Personal details

Name
Dr Lucy Cradduck
Position(s)
Senior Lecturer
Faculty of Law,
Law School
Discipline *
Law
Phone
+61 7 3138 4022
Email
Location
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Identifiers and profiles
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Qualifications

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)

Professional memberships
and associations

Current Board roles:

 

Current memberships:

 

Previous Roles and memberships:

  • Research Committee member, Australian Property Institute Research Trust
  • Expert Committee member – API Submission to the Productivity Commission on Intellectual Property Arrangements, Australian Property Institute
  • non-Executive Director, Relationships Australia (Qld)
  • Council member, St Andrew’s Anglican College Council, Peregian Springs
  • member, ACC Australia (formerly Australian Corporate Lawyers Association)
Keywords

NBN, broadband, end-user, internet, open access, technololgy, digital engagements, property rights

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

Biography

Dr Cradduck was appointed in 2012 as part of QUT’s Early Career Academic Recruitment and Development (ECARD) Program. Lucy’s primary research interest is in the development of appropriate broadband/internet access policies. Her research also considers the impacts to property use and users arising from access (and lack of appropriate access) to the internet.   Related research outputs include:

 

Awards and recognition:

2019: Women’s Law Association Queensland Inc: WLAQ’s Inspo List – 2019 List of Women Who Have Inspired

2013: QUT Vice Chancellor’s Performance Award for research

2012: Best Innovative Refereed Conference Paper award – PRRES Conference – Paper: ‘Place and Space: Community in the Internet Economy and What This Will Mean for Property’

2012: First Time Author Award 2011 – Pacific Rim Property Research Journal – Article: ‘Concerns about the rollout of broadband: a legal consideration of Australia’s NBN greenfield policy’

2006: Fisher Community Australia Day Award – for services to the community

2002: Tony Dick Memorial Prize (QUT) for contributions to the community

This information has been contributed by Dr Lucy Cradduck.

Teaching

In first semester 2020 Dr Cradduck is the joint Unit Coordinator, a lecturer (Trust Accounts), and tutor in LLH302 Ethics and the Legal Profession. In second semester 2020 she is the Unit Coordinator, lecturer and a tutor in LWS012 Urban Development Law. Lucy has previously taught into the intellectual property law units (UG and PG), real property law and foundational law units.

Lucy’s other teaching activities include coaching QUT’s mooting teams. This currently includes teams in the Oxford International IP Law Moot and the AAT NOOT competitions. She has previously coached teams in the AAT Moot competition, and the QUT/Shine Torts Moot competitions. Lucy also assists with practice and competition judging, and in 2018 was a judge at the Oxford International IP Law Moot.

This information has been contributed by Dr Lucy Cradduck.

Experience

Before joining the Faculty of Law, Dr Cradduck worked as a law lecturer within the Faculty of Arts and Business at the University of the Sunshine Coast. Lucy also was USC’s inaugural Student Ombudsman. At USC she lectured to undergraduates, postgraduates and within the Executive MBA program.

Lucy maintains her Practising Certificate as a solicitor. She has held legal positions in private firms, in-house and within government.

She also acts for a reviewer for international journals: New Media and Society, the Journal of Learning Design, Property Management, the Journal of African Real Estate Research, and the Pacific Rim Property Research Journal

This information has been contributed by Dr Lucy Cradduck.

Publications


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

Awards

Awards and recognition

Type
Other
Reference year
2019
Details
Included in the 'WLAQ's Inspo List - 2019 List of Women Who Have Inspired'. First QUT academic to be included. WLAQ Committee: "Dr Cradduck is an esteemed academic who seeks to inspire her students to think both logically and laterally in their study of law."
Type
Academic Honours, Prestigious Awards or Prizes
Reference year
2012
Details
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'.
Type
Other
Reference year
2012
Details
Reference and link to conference presentation - 'Place and Space: Community in the Internet Economy and What This Will Mean for Property' included in 'Awareness Bulletin: Delivering a Digital Wales,23rd February 2012, Issue 69'
Type
Academic Honours, Prestigious Awards or Prizes
Reference year
2011
Details
"First Time Author" Award 2011 - In recognition of outstanding first property research publication in PRPRJ in 2011 for "Cradduck, Lucy M. (2011) Concerns about the rollout of broadband: a legal consideration of Australia's NBN greenfield policy. Pacific Rim Property Research Journal, 17(1), pp. 48-69"
Type
Keynote Speaker/Expert Panel Member/Invited Speaker for a Conference
Reference year
2011
Details
Invited speaker at API NSW Country Conference 6-7 May 2011 - 'Rolling out the Inernet: The NBN and the Greenfield Policy'.

Supervision

Current supervisions

  • Bring back the garage! An examination of Australia's young high-growth firm policies, and the establishment of future options
    MPhil, Associate Supervisor
    Other supervisors: Dr Andrea Blake