The Honourable Andrew Greenwood is a former Judge of the Federal Court of Australia who now accepts appointments as arbitrator and legal expert. He is a Fellow of The Australian Centre for International Commercial Arbitration and Fellow of the Resolution Institute of Australia.
He was appointed to The Federal Court of Australia on the 4th of August 2005 and retired from The Court at the end of July 2022. He was also President of the Copyright Tribunal of Australia, a Presidential Member of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal and Deputy President of The Australian Competition Tribunal. He is an adjunct professor in the University of Queensland School of Law. Over 17 years, his Honour delivered over 900 judgements in both the original and appellate jurisdictions of the Court in all of the Courts national practice areas.
As an indication of his diversity of interests, the Honourable Andrew Greenwood was requested by professor Anthony Zee, the Head of The Institute of Theoretical Physics at UCLA, to review Professor Zee’s draft manuscript on quantum field theory and his contribution is recognised in the published edition of the work.
A link to his personal website can be found here.
Currently Fellow - Australian Academy of Law
Currently Adjunct Professor in Competition Law and Intellectual Property Law - University of Queensland
Currently Chair - Advisory Council of the School of Law, University of Queensland
Currently Chair - Board of Lev Vlassenko Piano Competition Ltd
Formerly Judge - Federal Court of Australia, 2005-2022
Formerly President - Australian Copyright Tribunal
Formerly Deputy President - Australian Competition Tribunal
Formerly Presidential Member - Commonwealth Administrative Appeals Tribunal
Formerly Member - Antitrust Committee, American Bar Association
Formerly Member - American Intellectual Property Law Association
Formerly Chair - Law Council of Australia Committees on Intellectual Property and Competition Law
Formerly Member - Board of the Key Centre for Law, Ethics and Governance, Griffith University
Formerly Member of the Advisory Board for the establishment of the Griffith University Law School and Member of the Governance Board of the School
Formerly Judge in Residence - University of South Australia
Formerly Judge in Residence - Griffith University
Formerly Member of the Board - Mater Medical Research Institute
Fellow - Australian Centre for International Commercial Arbitration (ACICA)
Fellow - Resolution Institute of Australia
2005-2022 Judge - Federal Court of Australia
Pre-2005 Commercial Litigation Partner, Head of Dispute Resolution, Minter Ellison; Chairman of Partners, Minter Ellison, Brisbane; Member of the Advisory Board, Minter Ellison; Advisor, appointed by the Commonwealth Department of Treasury to assist the Micro-Economic Reform Working Party of the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) on the implications of the recommendations of the Hilmer Committee on micro-economic reform.
1976 Bachelor of Laws - University of Queensland
1973 Bachelor of Arts - University of Queensland