Thomson Reuters is pleased to announce the appointment of Jennifer Stuckey-Clarke as a brand new New South Wales Section Editor for Property Law Review.
Jennifer Stuckey-Clarke is a barrister practising in Sydney at 15 Wardell Chambers. Educated at the Australian National University and Cambridge University, she was Senior Lecturer in Equity and Trusts and Intellectual Property at the University of Sydney Law School before coming to the Bar in 1991. She was a Member of the National Native Title Tribunal from 1999-2004 and a member of the Executive Council of the International Academy of Estate and Trust Law from 2008-2012. She was an Associate Professor teaching property law in the School of Law at Singapore Management University from 2008 before returning to full-time practice in Australia in 2011. Recent publications include “Wills and Trusts: Byrnes v. Kendle in the High Court” (2012) 86 ALJ 364 and “Removal of Easements and the Exception to Indefeasibility: Castle Constructions v. Sahab Holdings” (2013) 87 ALJ 581. From 2014, she will be a co-author of Woodman & Nettle’s “The Torrens System in NSW”.
We are delighted to have Jennifer join the editorial team and are confident subscribers will benefit greatly from her insights.