Mark Giancaspro is a Lecturer at the University of Adelaide Law School. He holds an honours degree in Laws and Legal Practice from Flinders University and a PhD from the University of Adelaide. His legal employment background and research interests are both primarily commercial, with issues in contract law and its various applications being his principal theme. Mark teaches in contract law, business law, tort law and sports law and has published widely on matters including issues with the formation and renegotiation of contracts, and the doctrine of consideration. He is on the editorial committee for the Alternative Law Journal and has volunteered at community legal centres.
Apr 12, 2016 04:40 am UTC| Law
As beneficial as they are to our lives, mobile phones also present a legitimate threat to public safety and not because of on-road use or radiation. Many mobile phone users now text, or intently perform some other...