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Dr David Frydrych is a lecturer at Monash University's Faculty of Law. His research concerns jurisprudence and trusts law. The jurisprudential scholarship to date focuses upon analytic models and theories of rights, such as Hohfeld’s schema of jural relations. That sort of work lends itself well to analyses of international discretionary trusts and companies in offshore financial centres (OFCs) - particularly those relationships' and entities' robust and novel rights, powers, and duties.
Prior to coming to Monash, David was a postdoctoral fellow at both the National University of Singapore’s Faculty of Law and the New York University School of Law. A Canadian, he is admitted to practice in the State of New York.
Monash teaching commitment
Trusts - LAW4170
Property B - LAW3402
Law, JD, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law
Law, DPhil, University of Oxford
Law, LLM, University of Toronto
Philosophy & Political Science , Honours BA with Distinction, University of Toronto
Affiliate member, Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners
Research area keywords
- Trusts law
- International Trusts
- Better Governance & Policy
- Legal and Moral Philosophy