Professor Bryan Horrigan studied at Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar and now works at the University of Canberra, where he is Director of the National Centre for
Corporate Law and Policy Research and Deputy Director of the National Institute
for Governance. He is the author of Adventures in Law and Justice - Exploring Big Legal Issues in Everyday Life.
He is a joint editor and major contributor for one of the major post-Wik analyses of native title in Australia, "Commercial Implications of Native Title", published by Federation Press.