Mr Lloyd Freeburn

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    Senior Fellow (Melbourne Law Masters)

Overview

Lloyd holds a Bachelor of Law from the University of Queensland and a Master of Commercial Law from the University of Melbourne. He has published articles in Australian and international journals on sports law issues. He is currently completing a PhD examining the basis of the regulatory authority of international sports governing bodies. He has worked as a consultant specialising in sports event management and governance and served on various bodies of Cycling Australia and Cycling Victoria. He was previously the Director of Services and Infrastructure Development at Melbourne and Olympic Parks Trust where he was responsible for the management of infrastructure and services across the sport and entertainment precinct including the management of the redevelopment of Melbourne Park. Immediately prior to this, Lloyd was the Director of Major Sport Projects for Sport & Recreation Victoria where he oversaw the introduction of the Major Sporting Events Act 2009 (Vic) and was responsible for the management of the Victorian Government’s involvement in major sporting events and the development of major sporting infrastructure. Lloyd gained major event experience as the Group Manager of Support and as Special Advisor, Operations for the Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games Corporation. He has also worked as an advisor the Minster for Commonwealth Games and extensively in industrial relations.

Teaching

Melbourne Law Masters