Assoc Professor Andrew Palmer

Assoc Professor Andrew Palmer1991 Menzies Scholar in Law

Law degree, Monash University (1989)
BCL, St John's College, Oxford where he was the Vinerian Scholar.

Current position:
Associate Professor, Law School, University of Melbourne.
Barrister, Victorian Bar (admitted 1999).

Andrew Palmer is a lecturer and practising Barrister.

His research and teaching interests lie mainly in the area of evidence and proof, and he has twice acted as a consultant to the Victorian Parliament on inquiries into the law of evidence.


Career History:
Articles, Minter Ellison.
Centre for Philosophy and Public Issues at the University of Melbourne.
Lecturer, Law School, Monash University.
Since 1994, Lecturer then Senior Lecturer, Law School, University of Melbourne primarily engaged in the teaching of, and research into, the law of evidence.
Twice acted as a consultant to Victorian Parliamentary Committees conducting inquiries into aspects of the law of evidence.

Proof and the Preparation of Trials (LBC, 2003)
Australian Principles of Evidence (2nd ed, 2004, with Jeremy Gans)

Dec 2004