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Professor Andrew Stewart

Andrew Stewart
John Bray Professor of Law
Adelaide Law School
Faculty of the Professions

Andrew is the John Bray Professor of Law. His main interests lie in employment law and workplace relations, contract law and intellectual property. His most recent publications include new editions of Creighton and Stewart's Labour Law, Stewart's Guide to Employment Law and Intellectual Property in Australia, as well as Cooperation at Work: How Tribunals Can Help Transform Workplaces. He is part of several teams recently awarded Australian Research Council funding, including Discovery Grants to examine the regulation of post-secondary work experience and the organisation of work through digital platforms.

Besides working as a consultant with the national law firm Piper Alderman, Andrew has provided expert advice to the International Labour Organisation, to Federal and State governments in Australia and to a wide range of other organisations. His recent work has included major reports commissioned by the Fair Work Ombudsman, the Department of Employment and the International Labour Organization on internships and work experience, and by the Fair Work Commission on equal remuneration claims. Prior to that, he advised the federal government on the drafting and structure of the Fair Work legislation.

Andrew is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Law, an Editor of the Australian Journal of Labour Law and co-director of the Adelaide Law School's research group on Work and Employment Regulation. He has previously been Chair of the Committee of Australian Law Deans and President of the Australian Labour Law Association and the Industrial Relations Society of South Australia. Before taking up his current post he worked at the University of Sydney and at Flinders University, where he was Dean of Law from 1994-1997.

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Professor Andrew Stewart

Andrew is the John Bray Professor of Law. His main interests lie in employment law and workplace relations, contract law and intellectual property. His most recent publications include new editions of Creighton and Stewart's Labour Law, Stewart's Guide to Employment Law and Intellectual Property in Australia, as well as Cooperation at Work: How Tribunals Can Help Transform Workplaces. He is part of several teams recently awarded Australian Research Council funding, including Discovery Grants to examine the regulation of post-secondary work experience and the organisation of work through digital platforms.

Besides working as a consultant with the national law firm Piper Alderman, Andrew has provided expert advice to the International Labour Organisation, to Federal and State governments in Australia and to a wide range of other organisations. His recent work has included major reports commissioned by the Fair Work Ombudsman, the Department of Employment and the International Labour Organization on internships and work experience, and by the Fair Work Commission on equal remuneration claims. Prior to that, he advised the federal government on the drafting and structure of the Fair Work legislation.

Andrew is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Law, an Editor of the Australian Journal of Labour Law and co-director of the Adelaide Law School's research group on Work and Employment Regulation. He has previously been Chair of the Committee of Australian Law Deans and President of the Australian Labour Law Association and the Industrial Relations Society of South Australia. Before taking up his current post he worked at the University of Sydney and at Flinders University, where he was Dean of Law from 1994-1997.

Eligible to supervise Masters and PhD — email supervisor to discuss availability.

Research Interests

  • Employment law and workplace relations
  • Contracts
  • Intellectual property

Appointments

Date Position Institution name
2008 John Bray Professor of Law University of Adelaide
1998 Legal Consultant Piper Alderman
1994 - 2007 Professor of Law Flinders University
1991 - 1994 Associate Professor of Law Flinders University
1990 - 1991 Senior Lecturer in Law University of Sydney
1987 - 1989 Lecturer in Law University of Sydney
1985 - 1986 Lecturer in Law University of Adelaide
1982 - 1984 Tutor in Law University of Adelaide

Education

Date Institution name Country Title
Oxford University United Kingdom BA (Juris), BCL

Research Interests

Journals

Year Citation
2017 Stewart, A., & Smith, M. (2017). Shall I Compare Thee to a Fitter and Turner? The Role of Comparators in Pay Equity Regulation. Australian Journal of Labour Law, 30(2), 113-136.
2017 Anderson, G. J., Cooney, S., Gahan, P. G., Mahy, P., Mitchell, R., O'Donnell, A., . . . Sutherland, C. (2017). The Worker Protection Index (WPI): Coding for Australia, China, Indonesia and New Zealand.
2017 Stewart, A., Smith, M., & Layton, R. (2017). Inclusion, Reversal, or Displacement? Classifying Regulatory Approaches to Pay Equity. Comparative Labour Law and Policy, 39, 211-245.
2016 Stewart, A., & Roeger, S. (2016). Is There Still an Implied Term of Reasonable Notice on Termination?. Workplace Review, 7(3), 105-108.
2016 Owens, R., & Stewart, A. (2016). Regulating for decent work experience: meeting the challenge of the rise of the intern. International Labour Review, 155(4), 679-709.
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2016 Forsyth, A., & Stewart, A. (2016). Swimming against the tide: new challenges for unions under Australian labour law. Comparative Labor Law and Policy Journal, 38(1), 99-121.
2015 Johnstone, R., & Stewart, A. (2015). Swimming against the tide? Australian labour regulation and the fissured workplace. Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal, 37(1), 55-90.
2014 Stewart, A., Bray, M., Macneil, J., & Oxenbridge, S. (2014). 'Promoting cooperative and productive workplace relations': exploring the Fair Work Commission's new role. Australian Journal of Labour Law, 27(3), 258-280.
2014 Smith, M., & Stewart, A. J. (2014). Equal remuneration and the Social and Community Services case: progress or diversion on the road to pay equity?. Australian Journal of Labour Law, 27(1), 31-56.
2013 McCallum, R., Riley, J., & Stewart, A. (2013). Resolving disputes over employment rights in Australia. Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal, 34(4), 843-876.
2013 Bray, M., & Stewart, A. (2013). From the arbitration system to the Fair Work Act: the changing approach in Australia to voice and representation at work. Adelaide Law Review, 34(1), 21-41.
2013 Carter, J., Courtney, W., Peden, E., Stewart, A., & Tolhurst, G. (2013). Contractual penalties: Resurrecting the equitable jurisdiction. Journal of Contract Law, 30(2), 99-132.
2013 Bray, M., & Stewart, A. (2013). What is distinctive about the Fair Work regime?. Australian Journal of Labour Law, 26(1), 20-49.
2013 Forsyth, A., & Stewart, A. (2013). Of 'kamikazes' and 'mad men': the fallout from the QANTAS industrial dispute. Melbourne University Law Review, 36(3), 785-830.
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2012 Stewart, A. (2012). Australian labour law in transition: the impact of the Fair Work Act. New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations, 37(1), 3-21.
2012 Roles, C., & Stewart, A. (2012). The reach of labour regulation: tackling sham contracting. Australian Journal of Labour Law, 25, 258-282.
2012 Stewart, A. (2012). What's wrong with the Australian law of contract?. Journal of Contract Law, 29(1), 74-90.
2012 Gahan, P., Mitchell, R., Cooney, S., Stewart, A., & Cooper, B. (2012). Economic globalization and convergence in labor market regulation: an empirical assessment. American Journal of Comparative Law, 60(3), 703-741.
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2011 Stewart, A. (2011). Good faith: A necessary element in Australian employment law?. Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal, 32(3), 521-546.
2011 Stewart, A., & Nosworthy, B. (2011). Employees and indemnities. Journal of Contract Law, 27(1-2), 18-34.
2011 Anderson, G., Gahan, P., Mitchell, R., & Stewart, A. (2011). The evolution of labor law in New Zealand: A comparative study of New Zealand, Australia, and five other countries. Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal, 33(1), 137-170.
2011 Stewart, A. (2011). Fair Work Australia: the Commission reborn?. Journal of Industrial Relations, 53(5), 563-577.
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2011 Stewart, A. (2011). Fair Work Australia and the Legacy of the Commission. Journal of Industrial Relations, 53(5), 551-555.
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2010 Stewart, A. (2010). Extending the Fair Work Act: Modern Awards and the New National System. Employment Law Bulletin, April, 160-165.
2010 Smith, M., & Stewart, A. (2010). A new dawn for pay equity? Developing an equal remuneration principle under the Fair Work Act. Australian Journal of Labour Law, 23(3), 152-168.
2010 Mitchell, R., Gahan, P., Stewart, A., Cooney, S., & Marshall, S. (2010). The evolution of labour law in Australia: Measuring the change. Australian Journal of Labour Law, 23(2), 61-93.
2010 Stewart, A., & Greene, S. (2010). Choice of Law and the Enforcement of Post-Employment Restraints in Australia. Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal, 31(2), 305-330.
2010 Cooney, S., Gahan, P. G., Marshall, S. D., Mitchell, R., & Stewart, A. (2010). The Labour Market Regulation Index, Australia 1970-2010: Variable Definitions and Description of the Data.
2009 Stewart, A. (2009). A question of balance: Labor's new vision for workplace regulation. Australian Journal of Labour Law, 22(1), 3-50.
2009 Stewart, A. (2009). The New Fair Work Act. Law Society of South Australia. Bulletin, 31(3), 28-31.
2009 Stewart, A. (2009). Preparing for the Fair Work Act. Employment Law Bulletin, 14(10), 114-122.
2008 Stewart, A., & Owens, R. (2008). Travail equitable en Australie: une response aux reformes de Work Choices?. Bulletin de Droit Comparé du Travail et de la Securité Sociale, 2008, 83-102.
2008 Stewart, A. (2008). WorkChoices and independent contractors: The revolution that never happened. Economic and Labour Relations Review, 18(2), 53-62.
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2007 Stewart, A. (2007). Why Labor wants to wipe the slate clean. The Age, April(27), www1-www2.
2007 Stewart, A. (2007). Good faith in superannuation: Where does it end?. Australian Business Law Review, 35(3), 204-220.
2007 Priest, E., & Stewart, A. (2007). Work choices: one year on (Part 1). Law Society of South Australia. Bulletin, 29(2), 14-17.
2007 Priest, E., & Stewart, A. (2007). Work choices: one year on (Part 2). Law Society of South Australia. Bulletin, 29(3), 30-33.
2007 Stewart, A., & McClurg, L. (2007). Playing your cards right: obligations of disclosure in commercial negotiations. Australian Mining and Petroleum Law Association Handbook, 2007, 36-68.
2007 Stewart, A., & Riley, J. (2007). Working around work choices: collective bargaining and the common law. Melbourne University Law Review, 31(3), 903-937.
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2006 Stewart, A. (2006). Work Choices in overview: big bang or slow burn?. Economic and Labour Relations Review, 16(2), 25-60.
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2005 Stewart, A. (2005). A simple plan for reform? The problem of complexity in workplace regulation. Australian Bulletin of Labour, 31(3), 210-236.
2005 McCallum, R., & Stewart, A. (2005). The impact of electronic technology on workplace disputes in Australia. Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal, 24(19), 19-46.
2005 McCarthy, E., Priest, E., & Stewart, A. (2005). 'Fair Work' Arrives in South Australia! But Will it Really Make a Difference?. Australian Journal of Labour Law, 18(3), 292-301.
2005 Stewart, A. (2005). Workplace choices not as simple as they seem. Sydney Morning Herald, www1-www2.
2005 Stewart, A. (2005). A simple plan for workplace regulation?. Keeping Good Companies, 57(9), 549-551.
2005 Angus, S., & Stewart, A. (2005). When there is no choice: exploring the exemptions. Keeping Good Companies, 57(4), 235-238.
2004 Knowler, J., & Stewart, A. (2004). When is an agreement not a contract? The uncertain status of heads of agreement and other preliminary commercial arrangements.. Commercial Law Quarterly, 18(2), 21-32.
2004 Stewart, A. (2004). The AIRC's evolving role in policing bargaining. Australian Journal of Labour Law, 17(3), 245-275.
2003 Stewart, A., & Carter, J. (2003). The High Court and contract law in the new millennium. Flinders Journal of Law Reform, 6(2), 185-215.
2003 Priest, E., & Stewart, A. (2003). The 'frustration' of employment contracts. Employment Law Bulletin, 9(5), 45-48.
2003 Stewart, A. (2003). Employment issues in the transmission of businesses: avoiding the pitfalls. Employment Law Bulletin, 9(6), 57-65.
2002 Stewart, A. (2002). Salary packaging and the calculation of annual and long service leave entitlements. Employment Law Bulletin, 8(6), 45-48.
2002 Stewart, A. (2002). Redefining employment? Meeting the challenge of contract and agency labour. Australian Journal of Labour Law, 15(3), 235-276.
2002 Carter, J., & Stewart, A. (2002). Interpretation, good faith and the 'true meaning' of contracts: the royal botanic decision. Journal of Contract Law, 18(3), 182-195.
2001 Stewart, A. (2001). Federal labour law and new uses for the corporations power. Australian Journal of Labour Law, 14(2), 145-168.
2001 Carter, J., & Stewart, A. (2001). The effect of formalising an employment contract: the High Court misses an opportunity. Journal of Contract Law, 17(2), 181-192.
1999 McCallum, R., & Stewart, A. J. (1999). Employee loyalty in Australia. Comparative Labor Law and Policy Journal, 20(2), 155-183.
1999 Stewart, A. J. (1999). The labour law implications of the 1998 waterfront dispute. International Employment Relations Review, 5(2), 79-92.
1997 Stewart, A. J. (1997). Drafting and enforcing post-employment restraints. Australian Journal of Labour Law, 10(2), 181-221.
1996 Stewart, A. J. (1996). Protecting trade secrets under the TRIPS Agreement: how useful are the remedies for breach of confidence?. Australian Intellectual Property Law Bulletin, 9(1), 8-13.
1995 Stewart, A. J. (1995). And (industrial) justice for all? Protecting workers against unfair dismissal. Flinders Journal of Law Reform, 1(1), 85-122.
1994 Stewart, A. J. (1994). The Industrial Relations Reform Act 1993: counting the cost. Australian Bulletin of Labour, 20(2), 140-161.
1993 Carter, J., & Stewart, A. J. (1993). Commerce and conscience: the High Court's developing view of contract. University of Western Australia Law Review, 23(1), 49-73.
1993 Spatz, L., & Stewart, A. J. (1993). Flexibility in the workplace: some preliminary findings. International Journal of Employment Studies, 1(1), 102-114.
1992 Stewart, A. J. (1992). Discipline in the workplace. Corporate & Business Law Journal, 5(2), 257-289.
1992 Stewart, A. J. (1992). Ownership of property in the context of employment: some recent developments. Australian Journal of Labour Law, 5(1), 1-16.
1992 Stewart, A. J. (1992). A quiet revolution: unfair dismissal in New South Wales. Australian Journal of Labour Law, 5(1), 69-83.
1992 Stewart, A. J. (1992). Procedural flexibility, enterprise bargaining and the future of arbitral regulation. Australian Journal of Labour Law, 5(2), 101-134.
1992 Stewart, A. J. (1992). 'Atypical' employment and the failure of labour law. Australian Bulletin of Labour, 18(3), 217-235.
1992 Stewart, A. J., & Chesterman, M. (1992). Confidential material and the position of the media. Adelaide Law Review, 14(1), 1-34.
1992 Stewart, A. J. (1992). The South Australian Frustrated Contracts Act. Journal of Contract Law, 5(3), 220-240.
1992 Stewart, A. (1992). Frustrated contracts and statutory adjustment: The case for a reappraisal. The Cambridge Law Journal, 51(1), 66-112.
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1991 Stewart, A. J. (1991). Industrial disputes and the prevention power: the World Square case. Sydney Law Review, 13(2), 199-212.
1991 Stewart, A. J. (1991). Flexibility in working time in Australia. Work Flexibility Review, 2, 49-57.
1991 Findlay, M., & Stewart, A. J. (1991). Implementing corruption prevention strategies through codes of conduct. Current Issues in Criminal Justice -Sydney-, 3(2), 250-264.
1989 Stewart, A. J. (1989). Confidential information and departing employees: the employer's options. European Intellectual Property Review, 11(3), 88-94.
1989 Stewart, A. J. (1989). The Industrial Relations Act 1988: the more things change.... Australian Business Law Review, 17(2), 103-125.
1989 Stewart, A. J. (1989). New directions in the law of employment termination. Bond Law Review, 1(2), 233-252.
1989 Stewart, A. J. (1989). Employment protection in Australia. Comparative Labor Law Journal, 11(1), 1-47.
1988 Naughton, R., & Stewart, A. J. (1988). Breach of contract through unfair termination: the new law of wrongful dismissal. Australian Journal of Labour Law, 1(3), 247-259.
1988 Stewart, A. J. (1988). Insurance contracts and illegality. Insurance Law Journal -Sydney-, 1(1), 63-75.
1988 Stewart, A. J. (1988). Confidentiality and the employment relationship. Australian Journal of Labour Law, 1(1), 1-22.
1988 Stewart, A. J. (1988). Contractual illegality and the recognition of proprietary interests. Journal of Contract Law, 1(2), 134-161.
1987 Stewart, A. J. (1987). Oral promises, ad hoc implication and the sanctity of written agreements. Australian Law Journal, 61(3), 119-133.
1986 Stewart, A. (1986). The New Unfair Dismissal Jurisdiction in South Australia. Journal of Industrial Relations, 28(3), 367-409.
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1985 Stewart, A. J. (1985). The federated clerks case: managerial prerogative in retreat?. Australian Law Journal, 59(12), 717-726.
1984 Stewart, A. J. (1984). Economic duress - legal regulation of commercial pressure. Melbourne University Law Review, 14(3), 410-441.
1984 Stewart, A. J. (1984). Employment protection at the Federal level - the problems of jurisdiction. Australian Business Law Review, 12(4), 238-265.
1984 Stewart, A. J. (1984). Civil liability for industrial action: updating the economic torts. Adelaide Law Review, 9(3), 359-384.

Books

Year Citation
2018 Stewart, A., Bannister, J., van Caenegam, W., Liberman, A., & Lawson, C. (2018). Intellectual property in Australia, 6th edition (6th ed ed.). LexisNexis.
2018 Stewart, A. (2018). Stewart's Guide to Employment Law (6 ed.). Annandale, NSW 2038: Federation Press.
2017 Bray, M., Macneil, J., & Stewart, A. (2017). Cooperation at Work : How Tribunals Can Help Transform Workplaces. The Federation Press.
2016 Stewart, A. J., Forsyth, A., Irving, M., Johnstone, R., & McCrystal, S. (2016). Creighton and Stewart's Labour Law (6th edition) (6 ed.). Sydney: Federation Press.
2015 Stewart, A. (2015). Stewart's Guide to Employment Law (5 ed.). Annandale, NSW: Federation Press.
2014 Stewart, A., Griffith, P., Bannister, J., & Liberman, A. (2014). Intellectual Property in Australia (5 ed.). Chatswood, NSW: LexisNexis Butterworths.
2013 Finkin, M., Cutcher-Gershenfeld, J., Araki, T., Fischinger, P., Fragale Filho, R., Stewart, A., & Waas, B. (2013). Multinational human resource management and the law: common workplace problems in different legal environments. United Kingdom: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited.
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2013 Stewart, A. (2013). Stewart's Guide to Employment Law (4th ed.). Australia: Federation Press.
2013 Stewart, A. (2013). Independent contractors: a practical guide. Australia: CCH Australia Limited.
2011 Stewart, A. (2011). Stewart's guide to employment law (3 ed.). Annandale, NSW: Federation Press.
2011 McCarthy, E., Jenkin, E., & Stewart, A. (2011). Parental leave: a user-friendly guide. Australia: Thomson Reuters.
2010 Stewart, A., Griffith, P., & Bannister, J. (2010). Intellectual Property in Australia. Australia: LexisNexis Butterworths.
2010 Creighton, B., & Stewart, A. (2010). Labour Law. Sydney: Federation Press.
2009 Forsyth, A., & Stewart, A. (2009). Fair Work: the new workplace laws and the Work Choices legacy. Sydney: Federation Press.
2009 Stewart, A. (2009). Stewart's Guide to Employment Law.
2008 Stewart, A. (2008). Making the Working World Work Better for Kids.
2008 Stewart, A. (2008). Stewart's guide to employment law. Australia: Federation Press.
2007 Stewart, A. (2007). Understanding independent contractors. Sydney, Australia: CCH Australia Limited.
2007 Stewart, A., & Williams, G. (2007). Work choices: what the High Court said. Annandale, NSW: Federation Press.
2005 Creighton, B., & Stewart, A. (2005). Labour Law. Australia: Federation Press.
2004 McKeough, J., Stewart, A., & Griffith, P. (2004). Intellectual property in Australia. Sydney, Australia: LexisNexis Butterworths.
2000 Creighton, B., & Stewart, A. J. (2000). Labour law: an introduction. Sydney: Federation Press.
1997 McKeough, J., & Stewart, A. J. (1997). Intellectual Property in Australia (2nd ed ed.). Sydney: Butterworths.
1994 Creighton, B., & Stewart, A. J. (1994). Labour law: an introduction. Sydney: Federation Press.
1991 Stewart, A. J. (1991). Intellectual Property in Australia. Sydney: Butterworths.
1990 Creighton, B., & Stewart, A. J. (1990). Labour law: an introduction. Sydney: Federation Press.
1988 Stewart, A. J. (1988). Unfair Dismissal in South Australia : a legal guide to claims under Section 31 of the Industrial Conciliation and Arbitration Act 1972. Adelaide: Corporate & Business Law Centre.

Book Chapters

Year Citation
2017 Owens, R., Stewart, A., Hewitt, A., & Howe, J. (2017). Labour regulation, work experience and youth: lessons from the scholarship of Ann Numhauser-Henning. In M. Rönnmar, & VotiniusJ (Eds.), Festskrift till Ann Numhauser-Henning (pp. 643-659). Juristförlaget in Lund.
2017 Hewitt, A., Owens, R., Stewart, A., & Howe, J. (2017). At the intersection of education and work: young people, equality and regulation of the labour market. In J. Howe, A. Chapman, & I. Landau (Eds.), The Evolving Project of Labour Law Foundations, Development and Future Research Directions (pp. 102-116). Annandale, NSW: Federation Press.
2016 Stewart, A. (2016). Continuity and change in Australian labour regulation: WorkChoices, fair work and the role of the ‘independent umpire’. In K. Hancock, & R. Lansbury (Eds.), Industrial Relations Reform: Looking to the Future: Essays in Honour of Joe Isaac AO (pp. 40-65). Annandale, NSW: Federation Press.
2015 Howe, J., Sanchez, E., & Stewart, A. (2015). Job loss. In M. Finkin, & G. Mundlak (Eds.), Comparative Labor Law (1 ed., pp. 268-295). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.
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2015 Murray, J., & Stewart, A. (2015). Regulating for job quality? Wages and working time under Australian labour law. In A. Knox, & C. Warhurst (Eds.), Job Quality in Australia: Perspectives, Problems and Proposals (pp. 37-61). Sydney: Federation Press.
2013 Stewart, A., & Jenkin, E. (2013). Industrial relations. In J. Spoehr (Ed.), State of South Australia: Turbulent Times (3 ed., pp. 280-300). Kent Town, SA: Wakefield Press.
2012 Stewart, A. (2012). Commentary on the Fair Work Act Review 2012. In M. Rinaldi, V. Lambropoulos, & R. Millar (Eds.), Fair Work Legislation 2012 (1 ed., pp. xxix-xxxv). Australia: Thomson Reuters.
2012 Davis, J., & Stewart, A. (2012). Illegality and public policy. In J. Davis (Ed.), Contract: General Principles - The Laws of Australia, Second Edition (2 ed., pp. 197-249). Australia: Thomson Reuters.
2011 Stewart, A., & van der Waarden, N. (2011). Regulating youth work: Lessons from Australia and the United Kingdom. In R. Price, P. McDonald, J. Bailey, & B. Pini (Eds.), Young People and Work (1 ed., pp. 185-201). United Kingdom: Ashgate Publishing.
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2011 Tim, C., & Stewart, A. (2011). The Fair Work Legislation: 2010-2011 in Review. In Fair Work Legislation 2011 (1 ed., pp. xvii-xxvii). Australia: Thomson Reuters.
2011 McCarthy, E., Jenkin, E., & Stewart, A. (2011). Paid Parental Leave Act 2010 [Extracts]. In Fair Work Legislation 2011 (1 ed., pp. 1567-1626). Australia: Thomson Reuters.
2010 Stewart, A., & Alderman, P. (2010). Agreements. In K. Aylett-Graham (Ed.), Australian master fair work guide (pp. 193-250). Australia: CCH Australia Limited.
2010 Stewart, A., & Alderman, P. (2010). Coverage of federal, state and territory laws. In Kate Aylett Graham (Ed.), Australian master fair work guide (pp. 25-50). Australia: CCH Australia Limited.
2010 Stewart, A., & Alderman, P. (2010). Awards. In Kate Aylett Graham (Ed.), Australian master fair work guide (1 ed., pp. 147-192). Australia: CCH Australia Limited.
2010 Stewart, A., & Alderman, P. (2010). Sources of labour law. In Kate Aylett Graham (Ed.), Australian master fair work guide (pp. 17-23). NSW, Australia: CCH Australia Limited.
2010 Stewart, A. (2010). Labour law in transition. From work choices to fair work. In Contemporary issues in law & policy (pp. 73-92). Perth: Applied Law & Policy.
2010 Stewart, A. (2010). The Fair Work Act: major developments in 2010. In Andrew Stewart (Ed.), Fair Work Legislation 2010 (pp. 17-24). Australia: Thomson Reuters.
2009 Stewart, A. (2009). The Fair Work Legislation: An Overview. In Fair Work Legislation 2009 (pp. xi-xxv). Sydney, Australia: Thomson Reuters.
2009 Stewart, A. (2009). Industrial relations. In John Spoehr (Ed.), State of South Australia: From Crisis to Prosperity? (pp. 302-315). South Australia: Wakefield Press.
2009 Stewart, A. (2009). Testing the boundaries : towards a national system of labour regulation. In A. Forsyth, & A. Stewart (Eds.), Fair Work: The new workplace laws and the work choices legacy (pp. 19-39). Sydney, Australia: Federation Press.
2009 Stewart, A., & Forsyth, A. (2009). The journey from work choices to fair work. In A. Forsyth, & A. Stewart (Eds.), Fair Work: The new workplace laws and the work choices legacy (pp. 1-18). Sydney, Australia: Federation Press.
2009 Forsyth, A., & Stewart, A. (2009). From work choices to fair work: An assessment. In A. Forsyth, & A. Stewart (Eds.), Fair Work: The new workplace laws and the work choices legacy (pp. 229-238). Sydney, Australia: Federation Press.
2009 Stewart, A. J. (2009). Sources of labour law. In CCH Australia (Ed.), Australian master workplace relations guide (4th ed ed., pp. 17-24). Sydney: CCH Australia Limited.
2009 Stewart, A. J. (2009). Coverage of Federal, State and Territory laws. In CCH Australia (Ed.), Australian master workplace relations guide (4th ed ed., pp. 25-48). Sydney: CCH Australia Limited.
2009 Stewart, A. J. (2009). Awards. In CCH Australia (Ed.), Australian master workplace relations guide (4th ed ed., pp. 173-217). Sydney: CCH Australia Limited.
2009 Stewart, A. J. (2009). Agreements. In CCH Australia (Ed.), Australian master workplace relations guide (4th ed ed., pp. 219-272). Sydney: CCH Australia Limited.
2008 Stewart, A. (2008). Sources of labour law. In CCH Australia (Ed.), Australian master workplace relations guide (3rd ed ed., pp. 15-21). Sydney: CCH Australia Limited.
2008 Stewart, A. J. (2008). Coverage of Federal, State and Territory laws. In CCH Australia (Ed.), Australian master workplace relations guide (3rd ed ed., pp. 23-44). Sydney: CCH Australia.
2008 Stewart, A. J. (2008). Awards. In CCH Australia (Ed.), Australian master workplace relations guide (3rd ed ed., pp. 141-176). Sydney: CCH Australia Limited.
2008 Stewart, A. J. (2008). Agreements. In CCH Australia (Ed.), Australian master workplace relations guide (3rd ed ed., pp. 177-246). Sydney: CCH Australia Limited.
2008 Stewart, A. (2008). Work choices and independent contractors: the revolution that never happened. In J. Riley, & P. Sheldon (Eds.), Remaking Australian Industrial Relations (pp. 139-150). North Ryde: CCH Australia Limited.
2008 Stewart, A. (2008). Overview 2007-2008: Labor's plans for workplace reform. In T. Legan, & R. Limited (Eds.), Workplace Relations Legislation 2008 (pp. xi-xxi). Sydney: Thomson Reuters.
2007 Stewart, A., & Priest, E. (2007). Annual review 2006-2007. In T. Legal, & Regulatory (Eds.), Workplace Relations Legislation Annual 2007 (pp. 11-24). Sydney: Thomson Reuters.
2007 Stewart, A. J. (2007). Sources of labour law. In CCH Australia (Ed.), Australian master workplace relations guide (2nd ed., pp. 13-19). Sydney: CCH Australia Limited.
2007 Stewart, A. J. (2007). Coverage of Federal, State and Territory laws. In CCH Australia (Ed.), Australian master workplace relations guide (2nd ed., pp. 21-41). Sydney: CCH Australia Limited.
2007 Stewart, A. J. (2007). Awards. In CCH Australia (Ed.), Australian master workplace relations guide (2nd ed ed., pp. 139-171). Sydney: CCH Australia Limited.
2007 Stewart, A. J. (2007). Agreements. In CCH Australia (Ed.), Australian master workplace relations guide (2nd ed ed., pp. 173-236). Sydney: CCH Australia Limited.
2006 Stewart, A. J. (2006). Sources of labour law. In CCH Australia (Ed.), Australian master workplace relations guide: The work choices edition (pp. 17-23). Sydney: CCH Australia Limited.
2006 Stewart, A. J. (2006). Coverage of Federal, State and Territory laws. In CCH Australia (Ed.), Australian master workplace relations guide: The work choices edition (pp. 25-43). Sydney: CCH Australia Limited.
2006 Stewart, A. J. (2006). Awards. In CCH Australia (Ed.), Australian master workplace relations guide: The work choices edition (pp. 119-150). Sydney: CCH Australia Limited.
2006 Stewart, A. J. (2006). Agreements. In CCH Australia (Ed.), Australian master workplace relations guide: The work choices edition (pp. 151-206). Sydney: CCH Australia Limited.
2006 Stewart, A. (2006). Good faith and fair dealing at work. In C. Arup, P. Gahan, J. Howe, R. Johnstone, R. Mitchell, & A. O'Donnell (Eds.), Labour law and labour market regulation (pp. 579-596). Annandale, NSW: Federation Press.
2006 Stewart, A. (2006). Labour market reform in a federal system: making the best of a flawed framework. In Productivity Commission (Ed.), Productive Reform in a Federal System Roundtable Proceedings Canberra, 27-28 October 2005 (pp. 175-203). Melbourne, Australia: Productivity Commission.
2001 Stewart, A. (2001). Employment law. In T. Blackshield, M. Coper, & G. Williams (Eds.), The Oxford companion to the High Court of Australia (pp. 234-237). South Melbourne, Vic: Oxford University Press.
1999 Stewart, A. J. (1999). Educating Australian lawyers. In C. Sampford, S. Blencowe, & S. Condlin (Eds.), Educating lawyers for a less adversarial system. Federation Press.
1999 Stewart, A. J. (1999). The legal framework for individual employment agreements in Australia. In S. Deery, & R. Mitchell (Eds.), Employment relations individualisation and union exclusion : an international study. Federation Press.
1998 Stewart, A. (1998). Labour law reform in South Australia. In D. Nolan (Ed.), The Australasian Labour Law Reforms: Australia and New Zealand at the End of the Twentieth Century (pp. 134-153). Sydney: Federation Press.
1998 Stewart, A. (1998). Labour law reform in South Australia. In D. Nolan (Ed.), The Australasian Labour Law Reforms: Australia and New Zealand at the End of the Twentieth Century (pp. 134-153). Sydney: Federation Press.
1997 McKeough, J., & Stevens, A. (1997). Intellectual property and the Dreaming. In E. Johnston, M. Hinton, & D. Rigney (Eds.), Indigenous Australians and the Law (pp. 53-79). Sydney: Cavendish Publishing.
1996 Stewart, A. (1996). Commentary on Frustrated Contracts Act 1988 (SA). In J. Carter, & D. Harland (Eds.), Contract Law in Australia (3rd ed ed., pp. para 2090-para 2097). Sydney: Butterworths.
1996 Stewart, A. (1996). Commentary on Frustrated Contracts Act 1988 (SA). In J. Carter, & D. Harland (Eds.), Contract Law in Australia (3rd ed ed., pp. para 2090-para 2097). Sydney: Butterworths.
1996 Stevens, A. (1996). The Industrial Relations Reform Act 1993: counting the cost. In D. Mortimer, P. Leece, & R. Morris (Eds.), Workplace Reform and Enterprise Bargaining (pp. 55-72). Sydney: Harcourt Bruce.
1995 Stevens, A. (1995). Commentary on 'The new partnership between industrial relations and anti-discrimination law'. In I. Hunt, & C. Provis (Eds.), The New Industrial Relations in Australia (pp. 105-108). Sydney: Federation Press.
1994 Stevens, A. (1994). Teaching labour law: choices and challenges. In G. Gruenberg (Ed.), Arbitration 1994: Controversy and Continuity (Proceedings of the 47th Annual Meeting of the National Academy of Arbitrators) (pp. 293-312). Washington DC: BNA.
1994 Stevens, A. (1994). A view from abroad: compulsory arbitration in Australia. In G. Gruenberg (Ed.), Arbitration 1994: Controversy and Continuity (Proceedings of the 47th Annual Meeting of the National Academy of Arbitrators) (pp. 293-312). Washington DC: BNA.
1993 Stevens, A. (1993). Federal regulation and the use of powers other than the industrial power. In P. Ronfeldt, & R. McCallum (Eds.), A new province for legalism: Legal issues and the deregulation of industrial relations (pp. 86-99). Sydney: Australian Centre for Industrial Relations Research and Teaching, University of Sydney.
1991 Stewart, A. (1991). Commentary on Frustrated Contracts Act 1988 (SA). In J. Carter, & D. Harland (Eds.), Contract Law in Australia (2nd ed ed., pp. para 2092-para 2097). Sydney: Butterworths.
1991 Stewart, A. (1991). Commentary on Frustrated Contracts Act 1988 (SA). In J. Carter, & D. Harland (Eds.), Contract Law in Australia (2nd ed ed., pp. para 2092-para 2097). Sydney: Butterworths.
1991 Stewart, A. (1991). Mistake and illegality. In A. Tarr (Ed.), Australia Insurance Law (2nd ed ed., pp. 337-371). Sydney: Law Book Company.
1991 Stewart, A. (1991). Mistake and illegality. In A. Tarr (Ed.), Australia Insurance Law (2nd ed ed., pp. 337-371). Sydney: Law Book Company.
1990 Stewart, A. (1990). Flexibility in working time. In A. Tay (Ed.), Australian law and legal thinking between the decades (pp. 205-221). Sydney: Faculty of Law, University of Sydney.
1990 Stewart, A. (1990). Flexibility in working time. In A. Tay (Ed.), Australian law and legal thinking between the decades (pp. 205-221). Sydney: Faculty of Law, University of Sydney.
1987 Stewart, A. (1987). Mistake and illegality. In A. Tarr (Ed.), Australian Insurance Law (pp. 285-318). North Ryde: Law Book Company.
1987 Stewart, A. (1987). Mistake and illegality. In A. Tarr (Ed.), Australian Insurance Law (pp. 285-318). North Ryde: Law Book Company.

Conference Papers

Year Citation
2017 Stewart, A., & Stanford, J. (2017). Regulating work in the gig economy: What are the options?. In Economic and Labour Relations Review Vol. 28 (pp. 420-437).
DOI Scopus4

Report for External Bodies

Year Citation
2016 Oliver, D., McDonald, P., Stewart, A., & Hewitt, A. (2016). Unpaid Work Experience in Australia: Prevalence, nature and impact. https://docs.employment.gov.au/node/37506.
2013 Stewart, A., & Owens, R. (2013). Experience or exploitation? The nature, prevalence and regulation of unpaid work experience, internships and trial periods in Australia. University of Adelaide.
2013 Layton, R., Smith, M., & Stewart, A. (2013). Equal Remuneration under the Fair Work Act 2009. Australia: Fair Work Commission.

Working Paper

Year Citation
2018 Stewart, A., Owens, R., Hewitt, A., & Nikoloudakis, I. (2018). The Regulation of Internships: A Comparative Study. International Labour Office.
2016 Smith, M., Layton, R., & Stewart, A. (2016). Inclusion, Reversal or Displacement? Classifying Regulatory Approaches to Pay Equity.
Research Funding      
  • Paula McDonald; Robyn Mayes; Damian Oliver and Andrew Stewart (CIs), ARC Discovery Project, Working the Gig Economy: The Organisation of Digital Platform Work, DP180101191, $250,219, 2018–20
  • Andrew Mowbray, Philip Chung, Andrew Stewart, Graeme Orr, Anna Chapman, Shae McCrystal, Mark Bray, Peter Sheldon, Michael O’Donnell, Jill Murray, Michael Rawling and Anthony O’Donnell (CIs), ARC Linkage Infrastructure, Equipment and Facilities grant, Comprehensive Free Access to Australian Industrial and Workplace Law, LE170100099, $450,000, 2017
  • Rosemary Owens, Andrew Stewart, Anne Hewitt and Joanna Howe (CIs), ARC Discovery Project, Work Experience: Labour Law at the Intersection of Work and Education, DP150104516, $207,200, 2015–18
  • Mark Bray, Johanna Macneil and Andrew Stewart (CIs), ARC Linkage Project, Facilitating Workplace Change: Redefining the Role of Industrial Tribunals in Australia, LP140100696, $117,000, 2014–16 (with Fair Work Commission and Newcastle Branch Industrial Relations Society of NSW as industry partners)
  • Sue Richardson, Keith Hancock and Andrew Stewart (CIs), ARC Linkage Project, The Award Safety Net of the Australian Industrial Relations Commission, LP0454351, $70,668, 2004–06 (with Australian Industrial Relations Commission as industry partner)
Recent Major Research Contracts
  • Department of Employment (with Damian Oliver, Paula McDonald and Anne Hewitt), national survey of unpaid work experience (2016)
  • Fair Work Commission (with Meg Smith and Robyn Layton QC), research report on equal remuneration (2013)
  • Fair Work Ombudsman (with Rosemary Owens), report on regulation of unpaid work experience  (2012–13)
  • International Labour Organisation, National Profile for Australia on Employment Termination (2010)
  • Department of  Education, Employment and Workplace Relations (through Piper Alderman), advice on drafting and structure of Fair Work legislation (2008–09)
  • NSW Commission for Children and Young People, report on development of model child employment laws (2008)

Teaching Interests

  • Employment/workplace law
  • Contracts

 

Current Higher Degree by Research Supervision (University of Adelaide)

Date Role Research Topic Program Degree Type Student Load Student Name
2014 Principal Supervisor An Assessment of Australian Contract Law Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time John Anthony Eldridge

Past Higher Degree by Research Supervision (University of Adelaide)

Date Role Research Topic Program Degree Type Student Load Student Name
2015 - 2017 Principal Supervisor Terms Implied by Law into Employment Contracts: Rethinking their Rationale Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Gabrielle Elisabeth Golding
2013 - 2017 Principal Supervisor Globalisation and the Regulation of Professional Baseball: A Search for Labour Mobility? Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Mr Matthew Nichol
2011 - 2014 Principal Supervisor For Your Consideration: Old Rules, Practical Benefit and a New Approach to Contractual Variation Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Mark Giancaspro
2009 - 2012 Principal Supervisor A Proposal for Harmonisation of Security Payment Legislation in the Australian Building and Construction Industry Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Mr Jeremy Keith Coggins
2008 - 2012 Co-Supervisor Employment Law Initiatives Work Care and Diversity Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Ms Anna-Louise Margaret Chapman

Memberships

Date Role Membership Country
2010 - ongoing Member Australian Academy of Law
2007 - ongoing Board Member Australian Labour Law Association
1992 - ongoing Member Law Society of South Australia
1987 - ongoing Member Australian Labour and Employment Relations Association
1987 - ongoing Member Association of Industrial Relations Academics of Australia and New Zealand

Editorial Boards

Date Role Editorial Board Name Institution Country
2017 - ongoing Board Member Labour & Industry
2013 - ongoing Editor Australian Journal of Labour Law
2002 - ongoing Board Member Journal of Contract Law
Position
John Bray Professor of Law
Phone
83134445
Fax
8313 4344
Campus
North Terrace
Building
Ligertwood Building, floor 2
Room Number
2 24
Org Unit
Law School

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