Mr Dominic Cudmore Lecturer Pro Bono Project Officer
Dominic Cudmore is a lawyer with extensive experience in government and private sectors. Dominic works in advising the NFP/charitable sectors in all aspects of their operations.
From 2009 to 2011 Dominic undertook higher studies at the Institut d'études théologiques (IET) in Brussels, Belgium, the Society of Jesus’ Studium for francophone Belgium and Luxembourg.
Dominic's areas of expertise embrace NFP and charities law, NFP tax arrangements, employment law, human rights, child protection, cy près schemes, professional standards, NFP mergers and acquisitions, training, facilitation and mediation.
Dominic has held a number of senior legal roles both in Government and the private sector, developing expertise in employment relations, not for profit policy, governance, human rights, government relations, child protection and professional standards.
He has been involved in the governance of a number of not for profit organisations at board level. He maintains an active interest in overseas aid and developments in human rights both in Australia and overseas.
Dominic is also an accredited mediator under the National Mediator Accreditation System (NMAS) and is qualified to mediate resolutions to disputes, including those between organisations, between employer and employees and disputes involving contractual obligations.
He is very involved in the not for profit sector and, within his private legal practice, continues to advise many not for profit organisations on all aspects of the law.