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Prof

Michael Bryan

Honorary
Law
law
government & law
social sciences
misrepresentation
unjust enrichment
estoppel
mistake
contract
equity
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Prof

Michael Bryan

 
Division
Law
 
Primary Interest
Restitution
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Prof

Michael Bryan

 

Professor Michael Bryan was educated at Oxford University and received his PhD degree from University College, London. Before his appointment to the University of Melbourne in 1991 he taught law at Oriel College, Oxford, and at Queen Mary College, University of London.

He is an editor of Ford & Lee, The Law of Trusts (Thomson). He has also co-authored (with Vicki Vann) Equity and Trusts in Australia (Cambridge 2012) and co-edited (with Elise Bant) Principles of Proprietary Remedies (Thomson 2013). Michael Bryan has also written extensively on equity, trusts and restitution in refereed journals, and given presentations at academic, judicial and other conferences and seminars.

Scholarly Works

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Credentials

Positions


Honorary

Law

Education


Bachelor of Civil Law

University of Oxford

Master of Arts

University of Oxford

Doctor of Philosophy

University of London

Bachelor of Arts

University of Melbourne