Professor Paul Babie

Paul Babie
Professor
Adelaide Law School
Faculty of the Professions

Paul Babie holds a Personal Chair of Law in the Adelaide Law School of The University of Adelaide (The Australian academic rank of Professor (Personal Chair) is equivalent to the North American rank of Endowed Named Professorship/Chair (tenured)). He is currently Associate Dean of Law (International) of the Adelaide Law School and Associate Dean (International) of the Faculty of the Professions. He is Director of the Law and Religion Research Project of the Research Unit for the Study of Society, Ethics and Law (RUSSEL) (which he founded in 2007).

He holds a BA in sociology from the University of Calgary, a BThSt from Flinders University, a LLB from the University of Alberta, a LLM from the University of Melbourne, and a DPhil in law from the University of Oxford. Following law school, he was an Associate with Howard, Mackie (now Borden Ladner Gervais (BLG)) in Calgary, Canada. He is a Barrister and Solicitor (inactive) of the Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta (Canada), and an Associate Member of the Law Society of South Australia.

His primary research interests include critical theory; private law theory; property theory; and, liberation theology. He has published and spoken extensively in these fields. He teaches property law, property theory, law and religion, and Roman law.

Professor Paul Babie

Paul Babie holds a Personal Chair of Law in the Adelaide Law School of The University of Adelaide (The Australian academic rank of Professor (Personal Chair) is equivalent to the North American rank of Endowed Named Professorship/Chair (tenured)). He is currently Associate Dean of Law (International) of the Adelaide Law School and Associate Dean (International) of the Faculty of the Professions. He is Director of the Law and Religion Research Project of the Research Unit for the Study of Society, Ethics and Law (RUSSEL) (which he founded in 2007).

He holds a BA in sociology from the University of Calgary, a BThSt from Flinders University, a LLB from the University of Alberta, a LLM from the University of Melbourne, and a DPhil in law from the University of Oxford. Following law school, he was an Associate with Howard, Mackie (now Borden Ladner Gervais (BLG)) in Calgary, Canada. He is a Barrister and Solicitor (inactive) of the Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta (Canada), and an Associate Member of the Law Society of South Australia.

His primary research interests include critical theory; private law theory; property theory; and, liberation theology. He has published and spoken extensively in these fields. He teaches property law, property theory, law and religion, and Roman law.

Research Interests

  • Private Law Theory
    • property theory
    • comparative private law theory
    • consequences of globalisation, especially finance and anthropogenic climate change
  • Legal Theory
    • liberalism
  • Religious Legal Systems
    • Byzantine law
    • Eastern Catholic canon law
  • Baseball
    • keeping the book

Appointments

Date Position Institution name
2015 Professor of Law (Personal Chair of Law) Adelaide Law School
2012 - 2014 Associate Professor and Reader in Law Adelaide Law School
2011 - 2017 Associate Dean (Research) University of Adelaide
2008 - 2011 Senior Lecturer in Law Adelaide Law School
2007 - 2017 Associate Dean of Law (Research) University of Adelaide
2007 - 2017 Director and Founder University of Adelaide
1999 - 2007 Lecturer in Law Adelaide Law School
1999 - 1999 Lecturer in Law Balliol College, University of Oxford
1996 - 1999 Lecturer in Law St Catherine's College, University of Oxford
1995 - 1995 Lecturer in Law Melbourne Law School
1994 - 1994 Visiting Fellow in Law Melbourne Law School
1993 - 1994 Associate Howard, Mackie (now BLG (Borden Ladner Gervais LLP))
1992 - 1993 Student-at-Law Howard, Mackie (now BLG (Borden Ladner Gervais LLP))

Awards and Achievements

Date Type Title Institution Name Amount
2016 Executive Dean, Faculty of the Professions Award for Excellence in Research The University of Adelaide
2015 - 2015 Executive Dean, Faculty of the Professions Award for Excellence in Research The University of Adelaide
2014 - 2014 Executive Dean, Faculty of the Professions Commendation for Excellence in Research The University of Adelaide
2011 - 2011 Executive Dean, Faculty of the Professions Prize for Excellence in Teaching The University of Adelaide
2007 - 2007 Adelaide Law School Prize for Excellence in Teaching The University of Adelaide

Education

Date Institution name Country Title
Flinders University Australia BThSt (2006)
University of Melbourne Australia LLM (1995)
University of Calgary Canada BA (Sociology and Political Science) (1989)
University of Alberta Canada LLB (1992)
University of Oxford United Kingdom DPhil (2002)

Certifications

Date Title Institution name Country
Associate Member, Law Society of South Australia
Barrister & Solicitor (Inactive) Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta, Canada

Journals

Year Citation
2017 Babie, P. T. (2017). Completing the painting: Legislative innovation and the "Australianness" of Australian real property law. Property Law Review, 6, 3, 157-178.
2017 Babie, P. (2017). A New Narrative: Native Hawaiian Law. University of Hawaii Law Review, 39, 233-262.
2017 Babie, P. T. (2017). A never-ending story: Torrens Title in South Australian and the 2015-2016 Amendments to the Real Property Act 1886 (SA). Property Law Review, 6, 3, 219-223.
2017 Babie, P. T. (2017). Private Property is War. Athanor, 201-216.
2017 Babie, P., Orth, J. & Weng, C. (2017). The Honoré-Waldron Thesis: A Comparison of the Blend of Ideal-Typic Categories of Property in American, Chinese and Australian Land Law. Tulane Law Review, 91, -.
2017 Babie, P. T. (2017). Review Essay: Private Property Suffuses Life. Sydney Law Review, 39, 135-146.
2017 Babie, P. T. (2017). Private Property and the Climate Future of Negligence. Expert Guide: Australasia, 26-29.
2017 Babie, P. (2017). Reflections on Private Property as Ego and War. International Journal for the Semiotics of Law, 1-29. 10.1007/s11196-017-9505-1
2017 Bennetts, H., Soebarto, V., Oakley, S. & Babie, P. (2017). Feeling safe and comfortable in the urban environment. M. Hardy (Ed.). Journal of Urbanism, OnlinePubl, 1-21. 10.1080/17549175.2017.1310746
2016 Babie, P. T. (2016). Ukraine's transition from Soviet to Post-Soviet law: property as a lesson in failed regulation. East/West: Journal of Ukrainian Studies, 3, 1, 3-38.
2016 Babie, P. (2016). South Australia: the meaning of "Residential Tenancy Agreement" in South Australia: Schaffer v USCA. Property Law Review, 6, 2, 144-148.
2016 Babie, P. (2016). Magna Carta and the Forest Charter: two stories of property. North Carolina Law Review, 94, 5, 1432-1474.
2016 Babie, P. T. (2016). Review Essay: Property, Predation, and Protection. East/West: Journal of Ukrainian Studies, ISSN 2292-7956 Volume III, 2, -.
2016 Babie, P. (2016). Property, negligence, and the intergenerational inequity of climate change. Alternative Law Journal, 41, 3, 179-182.
2016 Babie, P. (2016). The Crown and possessory title of Torrens land in South Australia. Property Law Review, 6, 1, 46-58.
2016 Babie, P. (2016). Is native title a defence to a mortgagee’s right to possession. Property Law Review, 5, 195-197.
2016 Babie, P. (2016). Regulation and private property: the cautionary tale of Ukraine. Property Law Review, 6, 2, 100-116.
2016 Babie, P. (2016). South Australia: Is Native Title a Defence to a Mortgagee's Right to Possession?. Property Law Review, 5, 195-197.
2016 Babie, P. T. (2016). Magna Carta and the Forest Charter: Two Stories of Property - What Will You Be Doing in 2017?. North Carolina Law Review, 94, -.
2016 Babie, P. (2016). Anthropogenic climate change: the choice we must make and how religion can help. St Mark's Review, 236, 37-64.
2016 Babie, P. & Krieg, L. (2016). Tavitian v City of Playford. Australian Property Law Journal, 25, 111-114.
2016 Babie, P. (2016). Three tales of property, or one?. Griffith Law Review, 25, 4, 600-616. 10.1080/10383441.2016.1283728
2015 Babie, P. T. (2015). Book Review: Freedom of Conscience and Religion by Richard Moon. Adelaide Law Review, 36, 1, -.
2015 Babie, P. (2015). Religion and constitutionalism: oscillations along a continuum. Journal of Religious History, 39, 1, 123-146. 10.1111/1467-9809.12225
2015 Babie, P. (2015). Caveats and competing equitable mortgages: Commonwealth Bank of Australia v Psevdos. Property Law Review, 5, 1, 74-76.
2015 Babie, P. T. (2015). Inference of an express trust on grounds of commercial necessity: Clarification by High Court. Property Law Review, 5, 2, 135-139.
2015 Babie, P. T. (2015). Book Review: Law, Religion, Constitution: Freedom of Religion, Equal Treatment, and the Law Edited by W Cole Durham Jr, Silvio Ferrari, Cristiana Cianitto and Donlu Thayer. Adelaide Law Review, 36, 1, -.
2014 Babie, P. T. (2014). The durability of title: an appraisal of recent developments in Australian real property law. Property Law Review, 4, 22-30.
2014 Babie, P. (2014). Vendors' statements, the right to cool off and remedies: Le Cornu and Kurda v Place on Brougham Pty Ltd. Property Law Review, 4, 143-145.
2013 Babie, P. (2013). Jocelyn Maclure and Charles Taylor (Trans. Jane Marie Todd) 'Secularism and Freedom of Conscience' Cambridge, Massachusetts and London, England: Harvard University Press, 2011. 142 pp.. Canadian Journal of Law and Society, 28, 2, 282-283. 10.1017/cls.2013.11
2013 Babie, P. (2013). Legal Protection of Religious Freedom in Australia [Book review]. Griffith Law Review, 21, 3, 805-808.
2013 Babie, P. (2013). Private property in post-secular law: an introductory foray. University of Queensland Law Journal, 32, 2, 237-251.
2013 Babie, P. (2013). The spatial: A forgotten dimension of property. San Diego Law Review, 50, 2, 323-382.
2013 Babie, P. (2013). Sovereignty as governance: an organising theme for Australian property law. The University of New South Wales Law Journal, 36, 3, 1075-1108.
2012 Babie, P. (2012). Theology, law, and the Australian legal academy. Religion and Education, 39, 2, 172-188. 10.1080/15507394.2012.684022
2012 Babie, P. (2012). How property law shapes our landscapes. Monash University Law Review, 38, 2, 1-24.
2012 Babie, P. & Mylius, B. (2012). The future of religious freedom in Australian schools. International Journal of Education Reform, 21, 3, 173-191.
2012 Babie, P. (2012). The Australian Legal Academy and the concept of private property. Interface, 15, 1 and 2, 41-58.
2011 Babie, P. (2011). The promise of restorative justice: New approaches for criminal justice and beyond. Tokiwa International Victimology Institute Journal, 5, 2, 72-74.
2011 Babie, P. (2011). Synthesis or Separation? Church, State and Marriage in Byzantine Law. Journal of Law and Religion, 26, 2, 585-594. 10.1017/S0748081400000710
2011 Babie, P. (2011). Religion and Australian socio-legal interaction: A preliminary account of the need for empirical research. The University of New South Wales Law Journal, 34, 1, 255-279.
2011 Babie, P. (2011). Choices that Matter: Three Propositions on the Individual, Private Property, and Anthropogenic Climate Change. Colorado Journal of International Environmental Law and Policy, 22, 323-356.
2010 Babie, P. (2010). Introduction to the special issue: 125 years of legal education in South Australia. Adelaide Law Review, 107-110.
2010 Babie, P. (2010). Idea, Sovereignty, Eco-colonialism and the Future: Four reflections on private property and climate change. Griffith Law Review, 19, 3, 527-565. 10.1080/10383441.2010.10854687
2010 Babie, P. T. (2010). Climate Change: Is Private Property the Solution or the Source of the Problem?. -.
2010 Babie, P. & Rochow, N. (2010). Feels like déjà vu: an Australian Bill of Rights and religious freedom. Brigham Young University Law Review, 2010, 3, 821-857.
2010 Babie, P. (2010). Private Property: The Solution or the Source of the Problem?. Amsterdam Law Forum, 2, 2, 1-5.
2010 Babie, P. (2010). Climate change: Government, private property, and individual action. Sustainable Development Law & Policy, 11, 2, 19-21.
2009 Babie, P. T. (2009). Looking East to the Concept of Property — A Review Essay of Witte and Alexander, Christianity and Law: An Introduction. -.
2009 Babie, P. (2009). The study of law and religion in Australia : it matters. Adelaide Law Review, 30, 7-10.
2009 Babie, P. (2009). Christianity and law: an introduction. Adelaide Law Review, 30, 175-184.
2009 Babie, P. (2009). 'God is love': The literography of Leonid Denysenko. Australasian Catholic Record, 86, 1, 18-24.
2008 Babie, P. (2008). Bioethics : when the challenges of life become too difficult. Australian Theological Book Reviewer, Online, 1-3.
2007 Babie, P. (2007). Two voices of the morality of private property. Journal of Law and Religion, 23, 1, 271-308. 10.1017/S0748081400002678
2007 Babie, P. (2007). Theology and Law : Partners or Protagonists? Christine Parker & Gordon Preece (eds). ATF Press pb 125 pp 2005. Australian Theological Book Reviewer, -.
2007 Babie, P. (2007). Breaking the silence: Law, theology and religion in Australia. Melbourne University Law Review, 31, 1, 296-314.
2007 Babie, P. (2007). Ukrainian Catholics in Australia: Past, Present and Future. Australian Catholic Historical Society. Journal, 28, 33-52.
2006 Oliphant, R. & Babie, P. (2006). Can the gospel of Luke speak to a contemporary understanding of private property? The parable of the rich fool. Colloquium, 38, 1, 3-26.
2006 Babie, P. (2006). The Ukrainian Catholic Church and moral theology: The pastoral writings of Metropolitan Andrei Sheptyts'kyi on private property. Australian Ejournal of Theology, Feb 2006, 6, www1-www36.
2005 Babie, P. (2005). The Ukrainian Greek-Catholic Church in Australia and the Filioque - A return to eastern Christian tradition. Compass, 39, 17-23.
2004 Babie, P. (2004). Australia's Ukranian Catholics, Canon Law, and the Eparchial Statutes. Australasian Catholic Record, 81, 1, 32-48.
2004 Babie, P. (2004). Private property and the Gospel of Luke. Australian Ejournal of Theology, Aug, 3, www 1-www 24.
2004 Babie, P., Russo, C. & Dickinson, G. (2004). Supervision of students: An exploratory comparative analysis. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Law & Education, 9, 1, 41-70.
2003 Babie, P. (2003). Embracing the other: ecclesiology, canon law and Ukrainian Catholics in Australia. Australian Slavonic and East European Studies, 17, 1-2, 159-184.
2002 Babie, P. (2002). Private property, the environment and Christianity. Pacifica, 15, 3, 307-323.
1995 Babie, P. T. (1995). James Smith Indian Band v Saskatchewan: Is Native Title Capable of Supporting a Torrens Caveat?. Melbourne University Law Review, 20, 588-599.

Books

Year Citation
2016 D. Stephens & P. Babie (Eds.) (2016). Imagining Law: Essays in Conversation with Judith Gardam. Adelaide: Adelaide University Press.
2015 Babie, P., Neoh, J., Krumrey-Quinn, J. & Tsang, C. (2015). Religion and Law in Australia. Netherlands: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business.
2014 P. Babie & P. Leadbeter (Eds.) (2014). Law as Change: Engaging with the Life and Scholarship of Adrian Bradbrook. University of Adelaide Press.
2012 P. Babie & N. Rochow (Eds.) (2012). Freedom of religion under bills of rights. Australia: University of Adelaide Press. 10.1017/9780987171818
2012 P. Babie, B. Edgar & D. Wilson (Eds.) (2012). Public theology in law and life. Australia: ATF Press.
2012 P. Babie & N. Rochow (Eds.) (2012). Freedom of religion under bills of rights. Australia: University of Adelaide Press. 10.1017/9780987171818
1997 Babie, P. T. (1997). The implementation and operation of transferable water entitlement systems in Victoria and Alberta. Department of Natural Resources and Environment.

Book Chapters

Year Citation
2017 Babie, P. T. (2017). Natural Law in the Orthodox Tradition. In P. babie (Ed.), Christianity and Natural Law An Introduction (pp. 36-57). Cambridge University Press.
2017 Babie, P. T. (2017). Natural Law in the Orthodox Tradition. In P. babie (Ed.), Christianity and Natural Law An Introduction (pp. 36-57). Cambridge University Press.
2017 Babie, P. T., Aroney, N. & Harrison, J. (2017). Religious Freedom under the Victorian Charter of Rights. In M. Groves & C. Campbell (Eds.), Australian Charters of Rights A Decade On Australia: Federation Press.
2016 Babie, P. T. (2016). Australian External Territories. In
2016 Babie, P. (2016). The power of subsidiary interests in land to shape our world: the Australian law of easements. In H. Esmaeili & B. Grigg (Eds.), The Boundaries of Australian Property Law (pp. 211-236). Port Melbourne: Cambridge University Press.
2016 Babie, P. T. & Krieg, L. (2016). Civil and Political Rights. In G. Dal Pont (Ed.), Halsbury's Laws of Australia (pp. 148002-149155). LexisNexis.
2016 Babie, P. (2016). Property, choice and obligation: The Australian law of leases and licences. In H. Esmaeili & B. Grigg (Eds.), The Boundaries of Australian Property Law (pp. 180-210). Port Melbourne: Cambridge University Press.
2016 Stephens, D. & Babie, P. (2016). Introduction: seeing further over the horizon - A world of limitless possibilities. In P. Babie & D. Stephens (Eds.), Imagining Law: Essays in Conversation with Judith Gardam (pp. 1-10). Adelaide: University of Adelaide Press. 10.20851/essays-gardam-01
2016 Babie, P. T. (2016). Australia. In G. Robbers & W. Durham (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Law and Religion (pp. 3-18). Brill Online.
2015 Babie, P. T. (2015). Part X. Matrimonial and Family Law. In P. Babie, J. Neoh, J. Krumrey-Quinn & C. Tsang (Eds.), International Encyclopaedia of Laws
2015 Babie, P. T. (2015). Part X. Matrimonial and Family Law. In P. Babie, J. Neoh, J. Krumrey-Quinn & C. Tsang (Eds.), International Encyclopaedia of Laws
2015 Babie, P. (2015). General Introduction. In P. Babie, J. Krumrey-Quinn, J. Neoh & C. Tsang (Eds.), International Enyclopaedia of Laws
2015 Babie, P. T., Neoh, J. & Krumrey-Quinn, J. (2015). Part VII. Chapter 3. Freedom of Expression. In P. Babie, J. Neoh, J. Krumrey-Quinn & C. Tsang (Eds.), International Encyclopaedia of Laws
2015 Babie, P. T. (2015). Part I. Legal Framework and Sources. In P. Babie, J. Neoh, J. Krumrey-Quinn & C. Tsang (Eds.), International Encyclopaedia of Laws
2015 Babie, P. T. (2015). Religion (Title 365, Update Service 409). In N. Nawab (Ed.), Halsbury's Laws of Australia (pp. 690,001-680,470).
2015 Babie, P. T. (2015). Part I. Legal Framework and Sources. In P. Babie, J. Neoh, J. Krumrey-Quinn & C. Tsang (Eds.), International Encyclopaedia of Laws
2015 Babie, P. T. (2015). Part III. Legal Status of Religious Communities. In P. Babie, J. Neoh, J. Krumrey-Quinn & C. Tsang (Eds.), International Encyclopaedia of Laws
2015 Babie, P. T. (2015). Part II. Religious Freedom in General. In P. Babie, J. Neoh, J. Krumrey-Quinn & C. Tsang (Eds.), International Encyclopaedia of Laws
2015 Babie, P. (2015). The place of religion in Australian sociological interaction. In T. Stanley (Ed.), Religion after Secularization in Australia (pp. 91-117). New York: Palgrave Macmillan. 10.1057/9781137551382_5
2015 Babie, P. T. (2015). Property as monument and memorial. In J. de Ville (Ed.), Memory and meaning: Lourens du Plessis and the haunting of justice (pp. 3-24). South Africa: LexisNexis.
2015 Babie, P., Neoh, J., Krumrey-Quinn, J. & Tsang, C. (2015). International Encyclopedia of Laws – Religion (Australia), Supplement 14. In Netherlands: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business.
2015 Babie, P. T. (2015). Part II. Religious Freedom in General. In P. Babie, J. Neoh, J. Krumrey-Quinn & C. Tsang (Eds.), International Encyclopaedia of Laws
2015 Babie, P. T., Neoh, J. & Krumrey-Quinn, J. (2015). Part VII. Chapter 3. Freedom of Expression. In P. Babie, J. Neoh, J. Krumrey-Quinn & C. Tsang (Eds.), International Encyclopaedia of Laws
2015 Babie, P. T. (2015). Part III. Legal Status of Religious Communities. In P. Babie, J. Neoh, J. Krumrey-Quinn & C. Tsang (Eds.), International Encyclopaedia of Laws
2015 Babie, P. (2015). General Introduction. In P. Babie, J. Krumrey-Quinn, J. Neoh & C. Tsang (Eds.), International Enyclopaedia of Laws
2014 Babie, P. & Krumrey-Quinn, J. (2014). The protection of religious freedom in Australia: a comparative assessment of autonomy and symbols. In L. Lazarus, C. McCrudden & N. Bowles (Eds.), Reasoning Rights: Comparative Judicial Engagement (pp. 259-278). United Kingdom: Hart Publishing.
2014 Babie, P. & Mylius, B. (2014). The constitution, religious education, and the future of religious freedom in Australian schools. In C. Russo (Ed.), International Perspectives on Education, Religion and Law (pp. 97-110). United States: Taylor & Francis. 10.4324/9780203765654
2014 Babie, P. T. (2014). The Wiley Quadruped Meets a Saucy Intruder: How Life and Law Intersect. In P. Babie & P. Leadbeter (Eds.), Law as Change: Engaging with the Life and Scholarship of Adrian Bradbrook (pp. 1-21). Australia: University of Adelaide Press.
2013 Babie, P. (2013). Foreword. In Medical Malpractice, Mistakes and Mishaps: Essays on Medical Litigation, the Mandatory Reporting of Health Professionals and the Limits of Law (pp. i-v). United Kingdom: Edwin Mellen Press.
2013 Krieg, L. & Babie, P. (2013). The space for religion in Australian society: An assessment of the impact of Australian anti-discrimination kegislation on religious freedom. In H. Regan (Ed.), Child Sexual Abuse, Society and the Future of the Church (pp. 83-115). Australia: ATF Press.
2013 Babie, P. & Mylius, B. (2013). Religious education in Australia. In D. Davis & E. Miroshnikova (Eds.), The Routledge international handbook of religious education (pp. 23-31). United Kingdom: Routledge.
2013 Babie, P. (2013). Australia. In J. Dingemans, C. Yeginsu, T. Cross & H. Masood (Eds.), The protections for religious rights: law and practice (pp. 140-159). United States: Oxford University Press.
2012 Babie, P. & Rochow, N. (2012). Protecting religious freedom under bills of rights: Australia as microcosm. In P. Babie & N. Rochow (Eds.), Freedom of Religion under Bills of Rights (pp. 1-11). Australia: University of Adelaide Press. 10.1017/UPO9780987171818.002
2012 Edgar, B., Babie, P. & Wilson, D. (2012). Introduction: Public theology today. In Public theology in law and life (pp. vii-xi). Interface, PO Box 504, Hindmarsh SA 5007: Australian Theological Forum.
2011 Babie, P. & Brindal, M. (2011). Australian Water Law: Property, The Constitution and an Anticommons Tragedy. In N. Habel & P. Trudinger (Eds.), Water: A Matter of Life and Death (pp. 19-34). Interface, PO Box 504, Hindmarsh SA 5007: Australian Theological Forum.
2011 Babie, P. (2011). Why should I do this? Private property, climate change and Christian sacrifice. In N. Hosen & R. Mohr (Eds.), Law and religion in public life: the contemporary debate (pp. 165-193). United Kingdom: Routledge.
2011 Babie, P. (2011). How we control the environment and others. In Peter Burdon (Ed.), Exploring Wild Law: The Philosophy of Earth Jurisprudence (pp. 279-292). Australia: Wakefield Press.
2010 Babie, P. (2010). Afterword - The Surgical Litigation Crisis: Medical Practice and Legal Reform. In The Surgical Litigation Crisis: Medical Practice and Legal Reform (pp. 83-88). United Kingdom: Edwin Mellen Press.
2010 Babie, P. (2010). Climate change and the concept of private property. In Rosemary Lyster (Ed.), In the Wilds of Climate Law (pp. 7-36). Australia: Australian Academic Press Pty Ltd.

Conference Papers

Year Citation
2015 Soebarto, V., Bennetts, H., Oakley, S. & Babie, P. (2015). Investigation of the relationship between CPTED principles and people's feeling of safety: a pilot study in the City of Adelaide. Safe Cities Conference 2015. Melbourne, Victoria.

Theses

Year Citation
2002 Babie, P. T.; (2002); Crown Land in Australia;
1995 Babie, P. T.; (1995); The Implementation and Operation of a Transferable Water Entitlement System in Alberta: Applying the Victorian Experience to a Similar Socio-legal Setting;

Working Paper

Year Citation
2016 Aroney, N., Harrison, J. & Babie, P. T.; (2016); Religious Freedom Under the Victorian Charter of Rights;

Grants

  • University of Adelaide, Faculty of the Professions and Adelaide Law School, Combined Cat 1 and Momentum Fund Grants 2013-2015, $20,000 for 'Psychology of Property' Pilot and ARC DP Projects
  • University of Adelaide, Interdisciplinary Research Fund 2013-2014, $20,000 for ‘Crime Prevention through Environmental Design in South Australia (Veronica Soebarto, Paul Babie, Jennifer Bonham and Susan Oakley)
  • University of Adelaide, Faculty of the Professions and Adelaide Law School, Overseas Conference Scheme Grant 2010, $4,750 to present ‘Current Developments in Australian Real Property Law’, American Bar Association Real Property, Trust & Estates Annual Symposium 2010, Philadelphia, USA, 8 May 2010 (invited); ‘Can Climate Change Alter Private Property?’, University of Oslo, Faculty of Law, Property and Natural Resources Law Institute, Norway, Natural Resources and Property Workshop, 5 May 2010 (invited); and ‘Three Reflections on Climate Change and Private Property: ‘Idea’, ‘Sovereignty’, and ‘Eco-colonialism’’, University of Oslo, Faculty of Law, Norway, Faculty Seminar, 4 May 2010
  • University of Adelaide, Law School, Small Research Grant 2008, $2,500 to hold Law and Religion Roundtable Workshop to be published in the Adelaide Law Review 
  • University of Adelaide, Faculty of Professions, Matching Seed Funding Grant 2007, $4,500 seed funding to match Law School Small Research Grants for the purposes of establishing and making an ARC Grant Application in relation to the Faulty of Professions Research Unit for the Study of Society, Law and Religion
  • University of Adelaide, Law School, Small Research Grant 2007, $2,500 seed funding ($1000 grant and 40 hours of research assistance) for the purposes of making an Australian Research Council Grant application to establish the University of Adelaide, Faculty of Professions Research Unit for the Study of Society, Law and Religion 
  • University of Adelaide, Law School, Small Research Grant 2007, $1,550 seed funding for the purposes of making an Australian Research Council Grant application to establish the University of Adelaide, Faculty of Professions Research Unit for the Study of Society, Law and Religion 
  • University of Adelaide, Law School, Small Research Grant 2007, $2000 for 'Choices of Faith: how private property and the Abrahamic religions can work together for the good of the environment' 
  • University of Adelaide, Law School, Small Research Grant 2006, $2000 for 'Choices of Faith: how private property and the Abrahamic religions can work together for the good of the environment' 
  • University of Adelaide, Law School, Small URG Grant 2000, $2000 for 'Homelessness in Darwin' 
  • University of Adelaide, Law School, Small URG Grant 1999, $2000 for 'Homelessness in Darwin'

Teaching Interests

  • Property Law (LLB/MCL)
  • Property Theory (LLB/MCL)
  • Law and Religion (LLB/MCL)
  • Roman Law (LLB/MCL)
  • Adelaide Law Review (LLB)

Committee Memberships

Date Role Committee Institution Country
2007 - ongoing Member Property Committee Law Society of South Australia Australia
Position
Professor
Phone
83135521
Fax
8313 4344
Campus
North Terrace
Building
Ligertwood Building
Room Number
3 05
Org Unit
Law School

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