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CHARLTON Guy Campion
CHARLTON Guy Campion

Foreign Lawyer

BA, MA, JD, PhD

CGuy@RobinsonsLawyers.com
+852 - 2180-9788

Introduction

Dr. Guy C Charlton brings a broad range of multi-jurisdictional experience to Clients at Robinsons, Lawyers. With past experience in the academic field whether as an Associate Professor or Senior Lecturer in the likes of Australia, Auckland, New Zealand, Hong Kong and holding a practicing license from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA, Dr. Charlton is well recognised for his many published works. His extensive knowledge of Corporate and Business Law can be reflected by his lectures in multiple universities globally.

Academic Achievements

  • 2010 PhD in Law, University of Auckland

  • Doctoral thesis: Constitutional Conflicts and Aboriginal Law: Hunting, Fishing and Gathering Rights in Canada, New Zealand and the United States. Supervisor: David V Williams, Faculty of Law, University of Auckland

  • 2001 Comparative Politics, PhD ABD (completed all course work and comprehensive examination but did not write dissertation), University of Toronto

  • 1994 JD, University of Wisconsin, Madison

  • 1988 MA in International Relations, University of Toronto

  • 1985 BA in International Relations, University of Wisconsin, Madison

Professional Qualifications

  • 1994 Admitted as Attorney, Wisconsin State Bar, United States

Practice and Employment History

2019 – Present Associate Professor, University of New England (Armidale, NSW)
  • Indigenous Law
  • Law in Context
2017 – Present Senior Lecturer, AUT Law School, AUT University (Auckland, New Zealand)
  • Indigenous Law
  • Constitutional Law 
  • Local Authorities Law
  • Torts
  • Co-Director, AUT Centre for Indigenous Rights and Law
1995 – Present General Partner and Of Counsel, Charlton& Morgan, Ltd., Milwaukee & Milwaukee and Sheboygan, Wisconsin USA
1995 – Present Board Member, Tech Financial Corporation, Milwaukee, Wisconsin USA
2017 – Present Adjunct Associate Professor, Notre Dame University (Perth, Western Australia)
2014-2016 Senior Lecturer, Law School, Curtin University (Perth, Western Australia)
  • Law of Native Title
  • Corporate Law
  • Corporate Governance
  • Human Rights (International and Australian)
2012-2014 Visiting Associate Professor, Law School, City University of Hong Kong
  • Company Law
  • Business Law 
2009-2012 Senior Lecturer, Centre for Business Interdisciplinary Studies, Faculty of Business and Law, AUT University
  • Managing Business Relations
  • Global Environment of Business
2008-2011 Lecturer, Faculty of Arts, University of Auckland
  • Comparative Public Policy 
  • Comparative Politics 
  • American Politics
2008 Lecturer, Faculty of Law, University of Auckland
  • Jurisprudence
2006-2007 Tutor, Faculty of Law, University of Auckland
  • Jurisprudence
Tutor, Faculty of Arts, University of Auckland 
  • Comparative Foreign Policy
  • International Relations Theory
2001 Teaching Assistant, University of Toronto
  • International Law
1996 Lecturer, Concordia University (Wisconsin)
  • Introduction to American Government
1994 Research Assistant, Law School, University of Wisconsin, Madison
  • American Indian Law (supervisor: Professor Richard Monette)
1991 Teaching Assistant, University of Toronto
  • Canadian Government
  • American Government

 OTHER EXPERIENCE

2017-Present   Co-Director, AUT Centre for Indigenous Rights and Law

2015-2016    Committee Member, Curtin Business School Strategic Review Committee

2010-2016   Visiting Professor, University of Toyama, Toyama Japan

2005-Present   Director, Pragmora Consulting, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

2002-2004   City Alderman, City of Plymouth, Wisconsin

2002-2004   Board Member, Downtown Study Committee, City of Plymouth, USA

2002-2004   Board Member, Sheboygan County Smart Growth Stewardship Advisory Committee, USA

2001-2004   Board Member, Plymouth Intergenerational Center , USA

2000-2004   Board Member, Park Board, City of Plymouth, USA