Professor Greg J. Reinhardt
Advisory Council - Australia
Greg Reinhardt graduated from the
From April 1995 to March 1997 he was Academic Secretary of the Victorian Attorney-General’s Law Reform Advisory Council.
In February 1997, Greg took up the appointment as Executive Director of the Australian (now Australasian)
The AIJA is a research and educational institute associated with
The principal objectives of the Institute include research into judicial administration and the development and conduct of educational programmes for judicial officers, court administrators and members of the legal profession in relation to court administration and judicial systems.
The AIJA has approximately 1000 members, including judges, magistrates, tribunal members, court administrators, members of the practising legal profession and academic lawyers, court librarians, and others with an interest in judicial administration.
The Institute has published widely in matters of judicial administration and associated subjects including areas such as case management, cultural awareness, judicial ethics, technology and the courts, complex criminal trials and cross-vesting legislation, to name a few. In the area of education, the Institute runs a number of regular activities in the area of judicial education including programmes for court administrators, court librarians, magistrates and judges that are run either each year or biennially. It has also been involved in developing courses in relation to a number of specialised areas including gender awareness programmes, courses relating to cultural awareness, court technology and case management.
He is the editor of the Journal of Judicial Administration and, until 2011,the Australian Insurance Law Bulletin. He teaches civil procedure, evidence and various insurance subjects at Monash and Melbourne universities. He is a winner of the AILA Insurance Law Prize (2000).