Andrew Currie


Andrew Currie

2015 Law Scholar

Scholarship biography (at time of award)

Andrew Currie graduated from the University of Melbourne with a Bachelor of Laws with First Class Honours and a Bachelor of Arts. He was awarded a number of prizes in both degrees, including the Supreme Court Exhibition for Jurisprudence.

After graduating, Andrew worked as a solicitor at King & Wood Mallesons, and was associate to the Hon Justice K M Hayne AC of the High Court of Australia.

Andrew was awarded the Scholarship to complete a DPhil at the University of Cambridge.

Studied at: University of Cambridge

Current Biography

Andrew has degrees in law and in philosophy from Melbourne University. Before returning to Melbourne Law School, he was associate to Justice K M Hayne AC of the High Court of Australia and a commercial solicitor.

His research interests lie in philosophy of law, constitutional theory, and property law theory. Andrew is undertaking a doctorate in philosophy of law at Oxford University as a Menzies Scholar; his thesis focuses on the relation between the semantics and metaphysics of deontic modality and law.

At Melbourne, he has taught Trusts and Legal Method and Reasoning, and has been a research associate at the Centre for Comparative Constitutional Studies.

Scholarship Year: 2015

Fields of Interest