Tahlia Gordon is a PhD Candidate at the University of New South Wales. Tahlia’s PhD topic is focused on the effect of non-lawyer ownership and investment in law firms on legal professionalism.
Tahlia has a Bachelor of Social Science (Hons), a Bachelor of Laws from the University of NSW and a Masters in International Human Rights Law from the University of Notre Dame in the United States where she graduated Magna Cum Laude.
Tahlia is a lecturer at the University of Sydney Law School where she teaches Ethics and Professional Responsibility and the co-founder and co-director of Creative Consequences Pty Ltd, a boutique advisory and consultancy firm established in 2013 to provide high level regulation and policy assistance and advice to public and private organisations including regulators of professions and industry groups, educational institutions, religious orders and firms.
Prior to establishing Creative Consequences, Tahlia was the inaugural Research & Projects Manager at the Office of the Legal Services Commissioner (OLSC) in Sydney, Australia; the Executive Director of the Legal Profession Advisory Council in Sydney, Australia and the Policy Officer at the NSW Bar Association in Sydney Australia. Tahlia has also worked at the Australian Mission to the United Nations in New York.
Tahlia is a member of the Alternative Business Structures and Entity Regulation Committees of the National Organisation of Bar Council in the United States and a member of the International Association of Legal Ethics.