Associate Professor Therese Wilson is the Dean of Law and Head of School at Griffith Law School. Her teaching and research expertise is in the areas of corporate law, banking and finance law, consumer law and international arbitration.
Therese has coached Griffith Law School's Vis international commercial arbitration moot team since 2003 and was the foundation program director for the school's Master of International Law. Griffith Law School has a focus on producing globally proficient practitioners and understands the need to have an internationalised curriculum to prepare our students for a world in which they will need to interact with and understand other legal systems. Accordingly Griffith Law School students are able to study such courses as investor-state arbitration, international commercial arbitration, international litigation, international commercial law, and international human rights law.