Mr Chris Pearce
Christopher Pearce researches in the area of private law, particularly in the fields of equity and trusts and property.
Before joining UNSW Law in 2018 as a Lecturer, Christopher held positions at the University of Sydney and UTS teaching in a number of courses focused upon Contracts, Equity, Personal Property and Real Property. Previously, Christopher worked as an editor at Thomson Reuters, producing material for the Westlaw platform as well as editing various law report series.
Christopher is a graduate of the University of Sydney (BA, LLB (Hons I), LLM) and is a PhD candidate at UNSW under the supervision of Professor Simone Degeling and Dr Michael Crawford. His PhD thesis examines the relationship between equitable doctrines and statutes.
Pearce C, 2019, 'Fixtures and Forge', Australian Law Journal and Reports, vol. 93, pp. 438 - 438
Pearce C, 2019, 'The Problem of Perfection: Can Equity Provide a Solution?', Australian Property Law Journal, vol. 27, pp. 26 - 41
Pearce C, 2018, 'Does the 'One-Stop Shop' need refurbishing? Evaluating the review jurisdiction of the NSW Land and Environment Court', Environmental and Planning Law Journal, vol. 35, pp. 235 - 246
Pearce C, 2018, 'It Pays to Prepare: The Value of Tutorial Pre-preparation Tasks', Australian Journal of Adult Learning, vol. 58, pp. 226 - 245
Pearce C, 2017, 'The Search for a Long-term Solution to Short-term Rentals: The Rise of Airbnb and the Sharing Economy', University of Tasmania Law Review, vol. 35, pp. 58 - 78
Pearce C, 2016, 'Retention of Old Titles: Pre-PPSA Retention of Title Agreements and Unfair Preferences', Australian Business Law Review, vol. 44, pp. 397 - 403, http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2928392
Pearce C, 2016, 'A Broken Record: Amending and Removing Registrations on the PPSA', Australian Property Law Journal, vol. 25, pp. 173 - 182, http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2833737
Principles of Private Law