chapter  6
6 Reflections on a respectable revolution
ByCHARLES SAMPFORD
Pages 11

On 6 March 1991, I was somewhat surprised to find myself Foundation Dean of Law at Griffith University. Not only was the process quick,1 but it took my career in an unexpected direction. I had graduated in law just 12 years earlier and almost two-thirds of that time had been spent on full-time research – a situation I fully expected to continue.2