|Mr Lance Jones|
BA(UNE), LLB(UNE), LLM(LP)(ANU), GradCert(OutdoorEd)(UniSA), AssocDipSocial Work(UniSA)
|Current Appointment:||Adjunct Fellow|
|Organisational Unit:||School of Law & Justice - Lismore|
Lance is Principal Practitioner of “College Park Law”, a suburban law firm practicing in Criminal, Family, Employment, Mental Health and Intellectual Disability Law. Lance is also the Founding Director of “COMREC Australia Pty Ltd”, South Australia's largest private provider of developmental and advocacy programmes for people with an Intellectual Disability.
As a qualified Lawyer, Social Worker and Outdoor Education Teacher, he has also worked extensively with young people "at risk", developing a series of award winning outdoor adventure and recreation programmes using "the outdoors" as a conduit for personal development and growth. Lance has been working with such groups in either a legal, social welfare or outdoor adventure setting for the last 35 years.
Lance’s extensive professional experience includes local government management, youth work, disability support and advocacy, business and legal practice management, and court work as a Barrister and an advocate. He has extensive teaching experience, both as a Master at High School and an Academic at University, including a short stint as “International Visiting Professor” to UNIFA in Haiti.
He is a published author, having written a number of academic articles and two biographies, his most recent being on the life of a refugee woman and her hapless journey from war-torn Europe to Australia. Lance has also produced a widely acclaimed documentary entitled “ANZAC For Schools”, which was filmed entirely on location in the battlefields of Gallipoli. This commemorative production was seen by tens of thousands of school children in the lead up to the Centenary of the ANZAC landings at Gallipoli.
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