Professor Paul Babie

Professor Paul Babie
 Position Bonython Chair in Law
 Org Unit Adelaide Law School
 Telephone +61 8 8313 5521
 Location Floor/Room 3 ,  Ligertwood ,   North Terrace
  • Biography/ Background


  • Qualifications

    DPhil (Oxford, 2002)

    LLM (Melbourne, 1995)

    LLB (Alberta, 1992)

    BThSt (Flinders, 2006)

    BA (Calgary, 1989)

    Barrister and Solicitor (Active Non-practising), Court of King's Bench of Alberta, Canada (2022-present)

    Barrister and Solicitor (Active Non-practising), Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta, Canada (1993-2022)

    Associate Member, Law Society of South Australia (2008-present)

  • Teaching Interests

    Property Law (LLB/MCL)

    Property Theory (LLB/MCL)

    Law and Religion (LLB/MCL)

    Roman Law (LLB/MCL)

    Honours Research and Writing (LLB)

  • Research Interests

    Private Law Theory

    Property Theory

    Law and Religion

  • Publications

    My scholarly research and grants can be found at my Researcher ProfileGoogle ScholarSSRN, ResearchGate, and pages.

    My contributions to the scholarly community can be found at my Clarivate Web of Science page.

  • Media Expertise

    CategoriesLaw, Crime & Justice, Religion & Theology
    Expertiselaw, climate change and religion;
    property law and property theory, the relationship between resource use and climate change;
    relationship between law, religion and theology
    NotesPaul Babie's primary research interests are legal theory, especially the nature of property and its role in climate change; the relationship between law and theology; and, law and religion, especially the relationship between constitutions and religious freedom. He has published over 90 books, book chapters and scholarly articles, and given over 80 public lectures and papers in both fields.

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Entry last updated: Monday, 26 Feb 2024

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