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Rebecca Neophitou

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20182018

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Rebecca Neophitou joined the Department of Business Law and Taxation as a Scholarly Teaching Fellow in January 2017.

Rebecca has academic qualifications in Arts, Education and Law. She holds a Bachelor of Arts, Diploma in Education, Bachelor of Laws and Master of Laws from Monash University and a Graduate Certificate in University Teaching from Melbourne University. Rebecca was admitted to practice as a Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Victoria in November 1992.

Rebecca has extensive teaching experience and has taught across the secondary, TAFE and university sectors. Her fourteen years of experience at university level has primarily involved the delivery of lectures, seminars, workshops and tutorials in Business Law and Corporations Law at undergraduate and postgraduate levels across various Australian institutions. Rebecca has also held numerous positions as manager and coordinator throughout her teaching career including her current role as chief examiner and unit coordinator of Commercial Law at the Clayton campus.

Rebecca has an interest in Legal Education and Real Estate and Property Law and completed the Certificate IV in Property (Real Estate Agency Practice) at Swinburne University. She is a passionate educator who has gained recognition for her teaching. In 2019 Rebecca was the recipient of the Department of Business Law and Taxation Prize for Teaching Excellence and a Monash Business School Dean's Award for Excellence in Teaching.

Rebecca is a member of the Academic Progress Committee and the Discipline Committee at Faculty level. In addition, she is currently a member of the Department's Education Committee and since July 2018 has been the Department's credit officer.

Rebecca's article Not Fair Game was published in the July 2018 edition of the Law Institute Journal. She is currently researching in the areas of Australian Consumer Law and Legal Education.

 

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