Dr Kip Werren
LLB Course Coordinator &amp;amp; Lecturer , Property Law, Taxation Law - School of Law
Phone: +61 2 6773 2351
Mr Kip Werren has experience in professional legal practice and professional accounting practice. He continues to provide advice in the areas of business structures, estate planning, property law, corporations law and commercial law.
BFA LLB (First Class Hons) (UNE), PhD (WSU), CPA of CPA Australia, Fellow of the Institute of Public Accountants, Solicitor of the Supreme Court of New South Wales
LAW281: Property Law I
LAW282: Property Law II
Primary Research Area/sFunding Natural Resource Management; Law and Agriculture; Taxation Law; Property Law
Australia (the world’s sixth largest country) is a megadiverse country. Over time Australia has transformed ecosystems in order to meet the growing demand for food, fibre, and fuel. This has led to species extinction, loss of key services such as water purification, and decreased protection from natural disasters due to the loss of buffers such as wetlands. According to the International Union for Conservation (IUCN) Red List of threatened Species Australia has 8,488 threatened species.
To halt and reverse the decline of ecosystems requires the allocation of extensive resources and coordinated effort across all sections of government, business, and local communities. Nonetheless, unless action is taken in the near future we face a tipping point of numerous irreversible biodiversity losses.
Research Supervision Experience
Project title: 'Safe Harbour from Insolvent Trading: Is it Necessary or Effective?' (Masters by Research)
Bronwen Jackman and Kip Werren,Property Law
(LexisNexis, 2nd ed, 2015). (50%)
Fiona Hum, Bronwen Jackman, Ottavio Quirico, Gregor Urbas, and Kip Werren, Australian Uniform Evidence Law (Cambridge University Press, 2019) (10%)
Kip Werren, 'Future Interest and Perpetuities' in R Price and L Griggs, Property Law in Principle (2nd ed, 2008). (100%)
Paul Martin and Kip Werren, 'The Use of Taxation Incentives to Create New Eco-Service Markets' in Lin-Heng Lye, Janet E Milne, Hope Ashiabor, Larry Kreiser and Kurt Deketelaere (eds), Critical Issues in Environment Taxation: International and Comparative Perspectives, Volume VII, (2009) 511 (50%)
Kip Werren, 'Delay Totally Invalidates an Administrative Decision: Nais and Others v Minister for Immigration and Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs and Another (2005) 223 ALR 171' (2006) 3 University of New England Law Journal 93.
CDs and Electronic Resources:
Kip Werren, Legal Forms Kit (including Wills, POA, Checklists, Residential Tenancy Agreements, Appointment of Medical Agent and Letters of Demand - for all jurisdictions) (2006). (100%)
Kip Werren and Susan Shearing, 'Concepts for Private Sector Funded Conservation Using Tax-Effective Instruments' (Australian Centre for Agriculture and Law, 2007). (50%) (Land and Water Authority Reference: UNE 57)
Paul Martin and Kip Werren, 'Discussion paper: An industry plan for the Victorian environment?' (Australian Centre for Agriculture and Law, 2009). (Department of Sustainability and the environment) (50%)
Presentations at Conferences
Paul Martin and Kip Werren, 'The Utilisation of Taxation Incentives to Enhance Eco-Service Markets' (paper presented at the 9th Global Conference on Environmental Taxation (9th GCET), Singapore, 6th & 7th November 2008). (50%)
Paul Martin, Kip Werren, and Amy Cosby, ‘The Environment Needs Billions of Dollars More: Here’s How to Raise the Money’, The Conversation (online), 7 February 2017
Clinical Skills and Experience
Library Liaison Officer
Member of AMPLA: The Resources and Energy Law Association
Member of the Australian Institute of Administration Law
Associate Member of NSW Farmers Association
Member of the Law Society of NSW
Community and Advocacy Organisation Collaborations
Board Member of the North and North West Community Legal Service