Michael Douglas- Lecturer Curtin Law School
Michael Douglas is a Lecturer in Law at Curtin University. After beginning his career in civil litigation, Michael joined Curtin in 2014. He teaches commercial and international law, and researches media law. He has been recognised with research awards from his School and Faculty, and has contributed to popular media, including The West Australian, ABC and Fairfax radio. In 2014, Michael delivered a TEDx talk on the ‘right to be forgotten’.
Since 2012, Michael has chaired the board of Newton Moore Senior High School, an independent public school. Michael also sits on the board of Perth Soup, and is on the executive of the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) National Coordination Committee for Australia. He is a UWA Fogarty Foundation Scholar, and holds a BA(Hons) in Philosophy, LLB, and LLM with Distinction from UWA. In 2015, Michael completed UWA’s new MBA Full Time on a full scholarship.