Mr Jamie Glister

MA (Camb) MJur (Durham) PGCert LTHE (Durham) FHEA
Senior Lecturer

F10 - Law School (Camperdown)
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 9351 0463
Fax +61 2 9351 0200

Website Papers on the Social Science Research Network (SSRN)

Biographical details

From 2001 to 2006 Jamie Glister was a teaching fellow and then lecturer in law at Durham University, UK. He joined Sydney Law School in January 2007, spent 18 months at King’s College London in 2008 and 2009, and returned to Sydney in January 2010. He is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

Research interests

  • Equity
  • Law of trusts

Teaching and supervision

  • Foundations of Law
  • Introduction to Property and Commercial Law
  • Equity
  • Fundamentals of the Law of Trusts

PhD and master's project opportunities

Selected publications

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Edited Books

  • Glister, J., Ridge, P. (2012). Fault Lines in Equity. Oxford, UK: Hart Publishing.

Book Chapters

  • Glister, J. (2012). Equitable Compensation. In J Glister & P Ridge (eds) (Eds.), Fault Lines in Equity, (pp. 143-168). Oxford, UK: Hart Publishing.
  • Glister, J. (2012). Grey v Grey (1677). In C Mitchell & P Mitchell (Eds.), Landmark Cases in Equity, (pp. 63-85). Oxford: Hart Publishing.
  • Glister, J. (2010). The Presumption of Advancement. In Charles Mitchell (Eds.), Constructive and Resulting Trusts, (pp. 289-314). Portland, OR: Hart Publishing.
  • Williams, S., Glister, J. (2009). Protection of Cultural Property in Times of Armed Conflict: UK Ratification of the Hague Convention 1954. In Dixon, Martin (Eds.), Modern Studies in Property Law Volume 5, (pp. 337-361). Oxford: Hart Publishing.
  • Glister, J. (2006). Remedies. In JS Ulph & M Tugendhat (Eds.), Commercial Fraud: Civil Liability, Human Rights and Money Laundering, (pp. 539-592). UK: Oxford University Press.

Journals

  • Glister, J. (2014). Disclaimer and Secret Trusts. The Conveyancer and Property Lawyer, 2014 (1), 11-26.
  • Glister, J., Glister, T. (2013). Property in recyclable artificial implants. Journal of Law and Medicine, 21(2), 357-363.
  • Glister, J. (2012). Mutual intention and Quistclose trusts. Journal of Equity, 6(3), 221-237.
  • Glister, J. (2011). Breach of fiduciary duty: Brickenden lives on (Premium Real Estate v Stevens). Journal of Equity, 5(1), 59-72.
  • Glister, J. (2011). Is There a Presumption of Advancement? Sydney Law Review, 33(1), 39-66.
  • Glister, J. (2011). The Role of Trusts in the PPSA. University of New South Wales Law Journal, 34(2), 628-645.
  • Glister, J. (2010). Section 199 of the Equality Act 2010: How Not to Abolish the Presumption of Advancement. The Modern Law Review, 73(5), 807-823.
  • Glister, J. (2007). The presumption of advancement to adult children. The Conveyancer and Property Lawyer, July-August 2007, 370-379.
  • Glister, J. (2004). Patel v Brent: Fiduciary Obligations and the Quistclose Trust. Tolley's Trust Law International, 18(2), 86-95.
  • Glister, J. (2004). The Nature of Quistclose Trusts: Classification and Reconciliation. Cambridge Law Journal, 63(3), 632-655.
  • Glister, J. (2004). Trusts as quasi-securities? The Law Commission's proposals for the registration of security interests. Lloyd's Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly, November 2004(Part 4), 460-482.
  • Glister, J. (2002). Twinsectra v Yardley: Trusts, Powers and Contractual Obligations. Tolley's Trust Law International, 16, 223-230.

2014

  • Glister, J. (2014). Disclaimer and Secret Trusts. The Conveyancer and Property Lawyer, 2014 (1), 11-26.

2013

  • Glister, J., Glister, T. (2013). Property in recyclable artificial implants. Journal of Law and Medicine, 21(2), 357-363.

2012

  • Glister, J. (2012). Equitable Compensation. In J Glister & P Ridge (eds) (Eds.), Fault Lines in Equity, (pp. 143-168). Oxford, UK: Hart Publishing.
  • Glister, J., Ridge, P. (2012). Fault Lines in Equity. Oxford, UK: Hart Publishing.
  • Glister, J. (2012). Grey v Grey (1677). In C Mitchell & P Mitchell (Eds.), Landmark Cases in Equity, (pp. 63-85). Oxford: Hart Publishing.
  • Glister, J. (2012). Mutual intention and Quistclose trusts. Journal of Equity, 6(3), 221-237.

2011

  • Glister, J. (2011). Breach of fiduciary duty: Brickenden lives on (Premium Real Estate v Stevens). Journal of Equity, 5(1), 59-72.
  • Glister, J. (2011). Is There a Presumption of Advancement? Sydney Law Review, 33(1), 39-66.
  • Glister, J. (2011). The Role of Trusts in the PPSA. University of New South Wales Law Journal, 34(2), 628-645.

2010

  • Glister, J. (2010). Section 199 of the Equality Act 2010: How Not to Abolish the Presumption of Advancement. The Modern Law Review, 73(5), 807-823.
  • Glister, J. (2010). The Presumption of Advancement. In Charles Mitchell (Eds.), Constructive and Resulting Trusts, (pp. 289-314). Portland, OR: Hart Publishing.

2009

  • Williams, S., Glister, J. (2009). Protection of Cultural Property in Times of Armed Conflict: UK Ratification of the Hague Convention 1954. In Dixon, Martin (Eds.), Modern Studies in Property Law Volume 5, (pp. 337-361). Oxford: Hart Publishing.

2007

  • Glister, J. (2007). The presumption of advancement to adult children. The Conveyancer and Property Lawyer, July-August 2007, 370-379.

2006

  • Glister, J. (2006). Remedies. In JS Ulph & M Tugendhat (Eds.), Commercial Fraud: Civil Liability, Human Rights and Money Laundering, (pp. 539-592). UK: Oxford University Press.

2004

  • Glister, J. (2004). Patel v Brent: Fiduciary Obligations and the Quistclose Trust. Tolley's Trust Law International, 18(2), 86-95.
  • Glister, J. (2004). The Nature of Quistclose Trusts: Classification and Reconciliation. Cambridge Law Journal, 63(3), 632-655.
  • Glister, J. (2004). Trusts as quasi-securities? The Law Commission's proposals for the registration of security interests. Lloyd's Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly, November 2004(Part 4), 460-482.

2002

  • Glister, J. (2002). Twinsectra v Yardley: Trusts, Powers and Contractual Obligations. Tolley's Trust Law International, 16, 223-230.

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