Throughout his professional career, Robert Cunningham has engaged with the law in his capacity as both legal practitioner and academic. As a legal practitioner his efforts have concentrated on the provision of legal information, court advocacy and education in a variety of capacities including within Community Legal Centres, Legal Aid and the not-for-profit sector. He currently practices as a part-time Barrister concentrating on Federal Court matters. In academia his pursuits have primarily focused on the manner in which the law interfaces with international trade, sustainability, corporate accountability, and intellectual property rights. He is presently an Associate Professor at the Curtin Law School in Perth Western Australia where he teaches Corporations Law and Corporate Governance.
Reason for Riding
“I am doing the ride because I want to understand the root cause of domestic violence. Riding a bike is one way to meditate on important social/individual questions and challenges. “