David has been a Lecturer at the ANU Legal Workshop since 2003. After being admitted to practice in 1995, David worked as an associate for Noyce; Salmon & D'Aquino Solicitors; Griffith; NSW until moving to the ACT in 2001 to take up a position in the commercial section of Bradley Allen Lawyers. David's interests include the effective teaching of practical legal skills in virtual environments and exploring innovative pedagogy for such teaching.
- Assistant Director ANU Legal Workshop (IT Delivery & Innovation).(2005-2014)
- Member of the Vice Chancellors Flexible Learning Working Party (2006).
- Member of the University wide Learning Management System Selection Panel (2009).
- Chair of the University wide Web-conferencing Focus Group (2010).
- Acting Sub-Dean GDLP Program, Semester 1 2014.
Significant research publications
- The International Journal of Legal Education. 2005 Vol 39 No.1. Developing the Reflective Practitioner on-line (in law). Marlene J Le Brun; and Anne MacDuff with Richard Vuckovic and David Catanzariti
Please note, only a small selection of recent publications and activities are listed below.
Refereed journal articles
The International Journal of Legal Education. 2005 Vol 39 No.1. Developing the Reflective Practitioner on-line (in law). Marlene J Le Brun; and Anne MacDuff with Richard Vuckovic and David Catanzariti
Conference papers & presentations
Complementing Face to Face Negotiation Teaching: Developing an Online Negotiation Module for Law. David Catanzariti, M J Le Brun, and Gary Tamsitt. Australian Law Teachers Conference, Sydney Australia, July 2009.
Internal ANU Committees
- 2006 Member of the Vice-Chancellor’s Flexible Learning Working Party.
- 2008 Member of the ANU Learning Management System Selection Panel
- 2009–2010 Chair, Wattle Web Conferencing Focus Group