Staff profile - Julie Clarke

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Aprof Julie Clarke

Position: Associate Professor
Faculty or Division: Faculty of Business & Law
Department: Law
Campus: Geelong Waterfront Campus
Phone: +61 3 52272742 +61 3 52272742



  • Bachelor of Law(s), Deakin University, 1999
  • Bachelor of Arts, Deakin University, 1998
  • Doctor of Philosophy, Queensland University of Technology, 2010


Teaching Interests

Competition Law
Contract Law
Consumer Law

Subjects and units currently teaching

MLL111 Contract Law
MLL409 Competition Law and Policy

Conferences and seminars

The increasing criminalization of economic law - a competition law perspective, Workshop paper presented at 28th International Symposium on Economic Crime 2010, Jesus College, University of Cambridge, 9 September 2010


Awards and prizes

2011 - Faculty 'Lecturing Legend' award

2010 - Faculty 'Lecturing Legend' award

2009 - Australian Teaching and Learning Council Citation for outstanding contribution to student learning ("For improving access to legal education through an innovative approach to the use of online technology, exemplary student support and contemporary curriculum resources.")

2009 - Exemplar of Teaching Excellence, Faculty of Business and Law, 2009 Award

2008 - Vice-Chancellor's Award for Distinguished Teaching

2008 - Deakin University Award for Teaching Excellence


Research interests

Competition law and policy

Research page



Highlight publications

Julie Clarke, International Merger Policy: Applying Domestic Law to International Markets, Edward Elgar Publishing (April 2014)

Philip Clarke, Stephen Corones and Julie Clarke, Competition Law and Policy, OUP, 2011 (3rd edition)

Julie Clarke, ‘The increasing criminalization of economic law – a competition law perspective’ (2011) 19(1) Journal of Financial Crime 76-98

Julie Clarke, ‘Multi-jurisdictional merger review procedures: a better way’ (2006) 14 Trade Practices Law Journal 90-109

Julie Clarke, ‘Criminal Penalties for Contraventions of Part IV of the Trade Practices Act’ (2005) 10(1) Deakin Law Review 141-176

Julie Clarke, ‘The Dawson Report and Merger Regulation’ (2003) 8(2) Deakin Law Review 245

Julie Clarke and Mirko Bagaric, ‘The Desirability of Criminal Penalties for Breaches of Part IV of the Trade Practices Act’ (2003) 31(3) Australian Business Law Review 192-209

Julie Clarke, ‘The Relevance of Import Competition to Merger Assessment in Australia’ (2002) 10(2) Competition and Consumer Law Journal 119-143

Julie Clarke, 'Resale Price Maintenance - The Need for Further Reform' (2001) 9 Trade Practices Law Journal 18

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