Dennis Wilson, Barrister
Dennis Wilson is a practising Barrister in Australia whose practice is focused on dispute resolution as an independent arbitrator and mediator. His practice includes mediation and arbitration in a wide range of commercial matters and his dispute resolution practice includes issues concerning authenticity, provenance, ownership and intellectual property issues on works of art. Dennis has a particular interest in Australian and Asian art including Aboriginal, Torres Strait Island and Pacific Island art.
On the assumption that artistic expression can be achieved through the Non-fungible token (NFT), Dennis has a keen interest in the intellectual property issues relevant to that genre.
Dennis is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and a Fellow of the Asian Institute of Alternative Dispute Resolution. He is an occasional lecturer in his capacity of Adjunct Professor of Notre Dame Sydney Australia and O.P. Jindal Global University India in arbitration and mediation.
Dennis holds two master’s degrees in law from Sydney University focused on international law and international business law. His Master of Business Administration Studies at Murdoch University Perth included cross-cultural studies in trade and commerce.
Dennis has been accredited as a mediator through the EMTPJ, Brussels and studied Investor-State arbitration at VUB Brussels.
Dennis is a past president of the Institute of Arbitrators and Mediators Australia, Canberra and he is also a Court appointed mediator and arbitrator in New South Wales Australia.
As an artist, Dennis has studied at the National Art School and pursues his interest in painting oil on canvas to assist his understanding of colour, painting technique and method.