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Lynden Griggs

Senior Lecturer, University of Tasmania Law School


Relevant qualifications and honours

  • Image representing graduationPhD, Bond University
    (The Doctrinal Coherence of the Torrens System of Land Registration in Australia: Evolution or Revolution?)
  • Masters in corporate law
  • LLB (Hons)
  • Barrister and Solicitor, Supreme Court of Tasmania andFederal Courts of Australia (including the High Court of Australia)
  • Accredited mediator


Relevant work history

  • Image of briefcase1988 - University of Tasmania Faculty of Law
  • -1988 - Private legal practice




Competition law publications

  • Image of bookGriggs L, Duke A, Nielsen J and Cejnar L, Competition Law in Australia, Kluwer Law International, The Netherlands, 2012
  • D'Rosario, M and Torre, A and Mendelson, D and Griggs, LD, ‘Software Developer Policies: Economics and s 46 of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010’ (2011) 21(1) Journal of Law and Information Science 37-61.
  • Griggs, LD, ‘Small business and the operation of the Trade Practices Act - Another review, another election, and the battle lines between big and small business are once again redrawn!’ (2004) 11(3) Competition and Consumer Law Journal 348-352
  • Griggs, LD and Sharp, ER, ‘The homogeneity of object in Pt IV - consumer sovereignty as the answer?’ (2003) 11(2) Competition and Consumer Law Journal 141-162
  • Griggs, LD, ‘Predatory pricing and Dawson - Protecting the competitive process, not competitors!’ (2003) 9(1) University of New South Wales Law Journal Forum 36-39
  • Griggs, LD, ‘Penalties in price fixing cases - Federal Court unease with negotiated penalties!’ (2003) 19(1)Australian and New Zealand Trade Practices Law Bulletin 4-7
  • Lynden Griggs, 'A Teleological Approach To Market Definition - Has It Led To Single Product Market Definition?' [2002] UNDAULawRw 4; (2002) 4 The University of Notre Dame Australia Law Review 77
  • Griggs, LD, ‘Purpose of section 76 of the Trade Practices Act 1974 (C'th) - deterrence or punishment’ (2002) 17(10) Australian & New Zealand Trade Practices Law Bulletin 94-102
  • Griggs, LD, ‘Court enforceable undertakings given in the CBA/Colonial merger - do they represent a shift in attitude by the ACCC?’ (2002) 17(8) Australian & New Zealand Trade Practices Law Bulletin 70-78
  • Griggs, LD, ‘Exclusionary provisions: The Full Federal Court awaits High Court deliberations - but is the solution to be found elsewhere?’ (2002) 10(2) Competition and Consumer Law Journal 218-229
  • Griggs, LD and Hardy, S, ‘ACCC v Boral - the High Court Awaits Another Section 46 Case!’ (2001) 9(4) Trade Practices Law Journal 201-212
  • Griggs, LD, ‘Can a Corporation No Longer Maximise Profits - Misuse of Market Power and the Decision in Melway v Hicks’ (2000) 19(1) University of Tasmania Law Review 137-149
  • Griggs, LD, ‘Predatory pricing guidelines - can they be listed?’ (2000) 8(1) Competition and Consumer Law Journal 33-44
  • Griggs, LD, ‘Has Competition Policy Been Watered Down?’ (1999) 7(3) Trade Practices Law Journal 152-170
  • Griggs, LD, ‘Tying Arrangements Within Franchise Contracts - How Should They Be Evaluated?’ (1998) 6(4) Trade Practices Law Journal 220-233
  • Lynden Griggs, 'Misuse of market power' [1997] LawIJV 310; (1997) 71(10) The Law Institute Journal 51
  • Griggs, LD, ‘Access to Essential Facilities’ (1997) 71(5) Law Institute Journal 40-43
  • Griggs, LD, ‘Compliance with Section 45 of the Trade Practices Act: A Plan’ (1997) 15(2) Australian Bar Review 149-161
  • Griggs, LD, ‘News Ltd v ARL - Is it the Birth of Superleague but the Death of Commercial Joint Ventures?’ (1997) 5(2) Competition and Consumer Law Journal 166-179