Qingjun Liu | Lawyer

BA (Hons) (HNU), MHist (RUC), PhD (Syd), JD (Dist) & GradDipLp (UON).

61 466 99 8610 qingjun@auslaw.com.au


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  • 2022-Current: Register of Practitioner, High Court of Australia
  • 2022-Current: Solicitor, Supreme Court of New South Wales
  • 2022-Current: Member, Law Society of New South Wales
  • 2022-Current: Member, Queensland Law Society
  • 2022.07-Current: Lawyer, Auslaw Partners, Australia
  • 2022.02-2022.06: Lawyer, Reidlaw, Australia
  • 2021.01-2021.12: Tutor, Newcastle Law School
  • 2021.01-2021.02: Law Clerk, Australian Taxation Office Foreign Investment Program
  • 2019-2021: Juris Doctor & Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice, University of Newcastle, Australia
  • 2013-2018: PhD in History & China Studies, University of Sydney,Australia
  • 2008-2010: Master in History, Renmin University of China, P.R. China
  • 2004-2008: Bachelor of Arts (Politics, Philosophy & Economics), Hunan Normal University, P.R. China
  • 2021: Dean’s Merit List (Highest Grade in Company Law) – Newcastle Law School
  • 2020: Dean’s Merit List (Highest Grade in Taxation Law) – Newcastle Law School
  • 2020: NSW Young Lawyers Administrative Law Moot (Semi-final) – NSW Law Society
  • 2019:Guangdong Postdoctoral Fellowship (Overseas Youth Postdoctoral Project)
  • 2018:China Postdoctoral Science Foundation First Prize Project 2018 – 2021
  • 2013: Australian Postgraduate Award – University of Sydney
  • 2013: Australian Research Council Discovery Project
  • Commercial Law, Dispute Resolution & Litigation, Family Law
  • Participated in an ATO litigation matter in relation to foreign investment in real estate
  • Participated in a wide range of commercial dispute resolution & litigation matters, including construction dispute, building insurance claim dispute; misappropriation of intellectual property, misrepresentation/breach of contract, and private nuisance
  • Participated in M&A transactions for local companies, and assisted in drafting shareholders deed, share purchase agreement (involving internal and external completion documents), whitewash documents, and loan agreement
  • Participated in family law matters including both property division (including third party claim) and parenting
  • 2022-Current: Member, Queensland Law Society
  • 2022-Current: Member, Law Society of New South Wales
  • 2022-Current: Member, Asian Australian Lawyers Association Inc.
  • 2021-Current: Reviewer, Modern China, United States of America
  • 2020-Current: Reviewer, Asian Studies Review, Australia
  • 2015-2017: Founding President, Sydney China Studies Student Society