John Lambrick is the General Counsel of RMIT University, based in Melbourne, Australia. The role involves the provision of a wide range of legal services to the university . Being a technology-orientated university, John’s practice has a heavy emphasis on information technology law and intellectual property law .
RMIT University has a significant interface with industry, and provides a range of services to industry on a commercial basis. Since joining RMIT University, John has been involved in university projects including software development and distribution, technology spin-offs, IT system implementations, and the outsourcing of IT services to “the cloud”.
Prior to joining RMIT University, John was a partner of Molomby & Molomby, a Melbourne based legal firm (now Middletons) and practised in the areas of finance, corporate law, information technology and telecommunications.
John is a regular presenter of conference papers, and is a contributor to legal and industry publications on information technology law and legal department practice.
John holds a Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Laws from Monash University and holds a Master of Laws from the University of Melbourne.