Professor Natalie Skead
Started at UWA: 2002
Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, 2019
Federal Department of Education and Training, Australian Award for University Teaching, Award for Teaching Excellence, 2017
UWA Award for Teaching Excellence, 2016
Federal Office of Learning and Teaching, Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning, 2012
Natalie Skead: innovation and excellence in teaching
In January 1990, I walked into a large corporate law firm for the first day of my articles of clerkship, the dream of many a young law graduate at that time. I was ambitious and idealistic, brimming with excitement and confidence, thinking my law studies had equipped me with the knowledge and skills that I needed to be an excellent lawyer from day one.Read more
Congratulations to the Dean and Head of School, Natalie Skead
Professor Natalie Skead is now a Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (HEA), following the success of her application to Advance HE for Principal Fellowship at the recent Recognition Panel.Read more
Professor Skead wins national award
Professor Skead, Dean of the Law School, received a National Award for Teaching Excellence from the Minister for Education and Training at the Australian Awards for University Teaching.Read more
Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Law Research Hub
Sharing exciting, effective, current innovative teaching practices in the areas of law, socio-legal studies and criminology.Read more
Perth Centre for Energy and Resources Arbitration
Professor Skead is Director of the Perth Centre for Energy and Resources Arbitration, a not-for-profit established to coordinate and facilitate the resolution of disputes in the energy and resources sectors and related industries.Read more
Law and Society
The Law and Society major examines broad theoretical issues about the nature of law and society as well as how the relationship plays out in particular fields of legal and social policy at both domestic and international levels.
Law is a fundamental business discipline. Its study allows you to develop a wider perspective on both the business and regulatory landscape and specialised expertise that will not only enrich your business career but can also lay the foundations for successful postgraduate studies in law.
Juris Doctor (JD)
The Juris Doctor (JD) is UWA's postgraduate law degree for aspiring lawyers and legal practitioners.
Master of Laws
Further your professional knowledge in law.