Niloshan (“Nilo”) Vijayalingam is a lecturer at Melbourne Law School. He previously taught at the Law School and the Faculty of Law at Monash University in Corporations Law, Criminal Law, Civil Procedure and Dispute Resolution, Disputes and Ethics, Evidence, Property, Torts, Legal Theory and other subjects. He researches in various issues dealing with legal theory, including theories of legal personhood and how they interact with corporations, artificial intelligence, natural artefacts and other things.
After completing his LLB (Honours) and BA at The University of Melbourne, Nilo practiced at an international law firm and worked as a researcher and senior judicial associate at the Court of Appeal, Supreme Court of Victoria. Prior to returning to Melbourne Law School, Nilo spent some time travelling overseas and graduated with an LLM from NYU, specialising in legal theory.