EDUCATION AND LEARNING
Monash University Law Chambers
Since 2009, William has been a sessional lecturer at Monash Law School and taught the subjects Principles of Contract Law A and B to postgraduate law students undertaking the Masters (Juris Doctor) degree.
He has also taught the Principles of Property Law and Advanced Property Law.
William is currently the Mooting and Advocacy Competition Convenor (aka Moot Master) for Monash Law School, Clayton.
William also teaches in the Jessup Moot competition unit and the Mooting and Advocacy Skills unit.
He oversees the mooting competitions that Monash Law School students participate, including the competition at the Nuremberg Moot Court, Germany. In the 2019 Nuremberg Moot Court competition, his students won the Best Defence Memorial beating universities from 160 countries.
Swinburne University of Technology
Since 31 January 2019, William is an Adjunct Professor in the Faculty of Business and Law.
From 2009 to 2012, William was a sessional lecturer in Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Marketing for the Master of Business and Master of International Business degrees.
William was also the convenor and lecturer in the flagship subject, Opportunity Evaluation, for the Master of Entrepreneurship and Innovation degree.
RMIT UNIVERSITY of technology
In semester 2, 2018 William taught Advanced Property Law to students in the School of Property, Construction and Project Management.
WESTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY COOLEY LAW SCHOOL
On 27 June 2017, William was appointed Adjunct Professor and a member of the Adjunct Faculty.
He teaches into the WMUCLS' Australia/New Zealand Program in Melbourne, Australia.
Leo Cussen Institute
William has been contributing to the practical education of graduate law students since 1997 in the areas of Commercial and Corporate Practice, Retail Leases, Trusts, and Intellectual Property.
He is a former graduate of Leo Cussen Institute (1987).
William is proud to be associated with Leo Cussen Institute, and it gives him great pleasure to instruct and share his knowledge and experience to graduate students.
The Advanced Manufacturing Co-operative Research Centre created the INNOVATIVITY program to provide innovation and commercialisation skills to Australia's high tech sector.