Senior Lecturer in Law, University of South Australia
Dr McIntyre is legal theorist specialising in judicial studies and public law. After initially practicing law in South Australia, he moved to the UK to study at the University of Cambridge. His doctoral thesis examined the nature of the judicial role, and how that role is both protected and constrained. He has held teaching roles in Australia, Canada and the UK.
Most of our laws are dense, obscure and effectively unintelligible for most people (even some lawyers). In a country where, every year, 25% of the population face serious legal issues yet often cannot afford to protect...