Nicholas Tiverios


  • The University of Western Australia (M253), 35 Stirling Highway,

    6009 Perth


Personal profile


Nicholas works as a Barrister at Fourth Floor Chambers and is also an Adjunct Associate Professor in Private Law at the University of Western Australia. He previously worked as the High Court of Australia’s Legal Research Officer (working out of the Chambers of the Hon Chief Justice Robert French AC) and practised as a solicitor in Melbourne. On moving into the legal academy Nicholas initially worked as a Teaching Fellow at the Faculty of Laws at University College London where he completed his PhD as the inaugural Peter Birks Memorial Scholar (supervised by Professor Ben McFarlane and Professor Charles Mitchell QC). On completion of his doctorate, Nicholas worked as a Lecturer in the Faculty of Law at the University of New South Wales.  He holds a Master of Laws (Dist) from University College London (where he was ranked first in his year and studied on the Sir John Salmond Scholarship) and a Bachelor of Laws (Hons I) from the University of Western Australia.  Nicholas publishes and teaches in the areas of contract law, equity, remedies, unjust enrichment, legal history, and jurisprudence. He also the General Editor of the Jounral of Contract Law.

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Education/Academic qualification

Law, Doctor of Philosophy, University College London

Award Date: 13 Nov 2018

Law, Master of Laws (Dist), University College London

Award Date: 20 Oct 2015

Law, Bachelor of Laws (H1), The University of Western Australia

Award Date: 29 Nov 2011

Bachelor of Science; Bachelor of Social Science , Curtin University

Award Date: 30 Nov 2007


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