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William MacNeil Dean and Head of School +61 2 6620 3375
School of Law and Justice Professor

Please contact via Assistant to HoS

Kim King (M/Tu/W)
Britt Dietrich (Th/F)

email: lawhos@scu.edu.au
Phone: +61 2 6620 3375

All SLJ contacts william.macneil@scu.edu.au LLB(Dal.), LLM(Lond), MA(Tor), JSD(Col) William LLB(Dal.), LLM(Lond), MA(Tor), JSD(Col) Lismore
Warwick Fisher Lecturer (Teaching Scholar) 02 6620 3169
School of Law and Justice Mr warwick.fisher@scu.edu.au BEd(JCU), BLegS(MACQU) Warwick BEd(JCU), BLegS(MACQU) Lismore
Bee Chen Goh Professor 07 5589 3058
School of Law and Justice Professor Brief Biographical Details
A former Malaysian Rhodes Scholar, Professor Bee Chen Goh is a Fellow and Director of the Australian Academy of Law. She specialized in International Law at Cambridge, and is a Fellow of the Cambridge Commonwealth Society. She was a Visiting Researcher at the Harvard Law School in the Summer of 1993. Bee Chen is also a Fellow of the Society for Advanced Legal Studies, London.

Bee Chen was Head of School, School of Law and Justice at Southern Cross University (2006-2009). Currently the School Director of Research & Research Training, and Director of the Centre for Peace and Social Justice, Bee Chen is also a Member of the University's Inter-Faith Committee. She currently serves on the Queensland Rhodes Scholarship Selection Committee.

In the field of Chinese Negotiation (also the focus of her doctoral thesis), Bee Chen has published, and presented papers in Australia, New Zealand, the People's Republic of China, Hong Kong, Malaysia and Norway. Bee Chen is well-versed in English, Mandarin, Malay/Indonesian and Hokkien (Taiwanese). Major Publications: Negotiating with the Chinese (1996, Dartmouth) (Hardback); Law Without Lawyers, Justice Without Courts - On Traditional Chinese Mediation (Ashgate 2002) (Hardback); Activating Human Rights and Peace: Theories, Practices and Contexts (Ashgate 2012) (Hardback) (Edited by Goh, Offord and Garbutt).

Areas of Expertise
Alternative Dispute Resolution
International Law of Peace
Law and Religion
Contract Law

Climate Justice

Areas of Teaching
Mediation and Dispute Resolution
Mediating Across Cultures
Contract Law
International Law

Research Interests
Alternative Dispute Resolution (with a focus on Sino-Western issues)
International Law of Peace
Law and Religion

Climate Justice

Affiliations
Fellow and Director of the Australian Academy of Law
Fellow of the Cambridge Commonwealth Society
Fellow of the Society for Advanced Legal Studies, London
Member of Queensland Rhodes Scholarship Selection Committee (2011-2014)
Director of Centre for Peace and Social Justice, Southern Cross University
Research Collaborator of Research Unit for the Study of Society, Law and Religion, University of Adelaide
Member of Southern Cross University's Inter-Faith Committee
Member of Women Lawyers Association of Queensland

beechen.goh@scu.edu.au LLB(Hons)(Malaya), LLM(Camb), SJD(Bond) Bee Chen LLB(Hons)(Malaya), LLM(Camb), SJD(Bond) Gold Coast
Evgeny Guglyuvatyy Senior Lecturer +61 7 5589 3139
School of Law and Justice Dr Dr Evgeny Guglyuvatyy has a degree in Law from the Chelyabinsk State University and he also holds a Master?s degree in Law from Nottingham University. His PhD from UNSW was a comparative study of the climate change policies focusing on potential applicability of carbon tax and emissions trading in Australia.

Evgeny?s teaching and research experience spans over number of years at various Universities including: the University of New South Wales, the University of Technology Sydney, Charles Stuart University and others. He specialises in corporations law, contract law, tax law and administration, comparative tax and climate change law.

Research Interests
Climate change law
Comparative taxation
Tax law
Commercial law

Qualifications
PhD (UNSW)
LLM (Nottingham)
LLB (Chelyabinsk)

Areas of Teaching
Currently, Evgeny teaches corporations law. Beyond corporations law, he has also lectured in tax law, climate law and carbon markets, contract law and commercial law.

evgeny.guglyuvatyy@scu.edu.au LLM(University of Nottingham), PhD(UNSW) Evgeny LLM(University of Nottingham), PhD(UNSW) Gold Coast
Bede Lipman Course Coordinator, SCU Online 02 66 203542
School of Law and Justice Mr Course Coordinator - SCU Online Master of Laws (Business Law) and Master of Business Law - School of Law and Justice. bede.lipman@scu.edu.au BA(Curtin), LLB(Hons)(SCU) Bede BA(Curtin), LLB(Hons)(SCU) Lismore
Geoff Manion Senior Lecturer (Teaching Scholar) 07 5589 3706
School of Law and Justice Mr geoffrey.manion@scu.edu.au BA(hons)(Syd), LLB(Syd) Geoff BA(hons)(Syd), LLB(Syd) Gold Coast
Jennifer Nielsen Deputy Head of School, Teaching & Learning 02 6620 3081
School of Law and Justice Associate Professor Brief Biographical Details
Jennifer Nielsen is a long-term member of the School of Law and Justice's academic team. She has held several leadership roles in the School including Head of School from 2009-2011, School Director of Research and Research Training 2011-2013, and LLB Course Coordinator from 2005-2007. As well as being an active researcher, she has taught across the School?s undergraduate curriculum, teaches into the LLB Honours program, and is Principal Supervisor to several PhD candidates. She is active in the community and is the current Chairperson of the Committee of Management, Northern Rivers Community Legal Centre. In 2001, she was awarded `Volunteer of the Year? by the NSW Law & Justice Foundation for her long-term commitment to improving access to justice in the region, particularly for socially and economically marginalised people. Before joining Southern Cross in 1994, she practised as a solicitor in New South Wales and Victoria, and worked in academic positions with both the Monash Orientation Scheme for Aborigines and the Faculty of Law at Monash University.

Research Interests
Jennifer?s research focuses on discrimination and employment laws, and applies critical race and critical whiteness studies so as to expose the normative standards within Anglo-Australian laws that privilege `white? interests in preference to those of Australian Aboriginal peoples, and other `non-white? groups. Her work also engages issues related to social justice in rural, regional and remote communities; in 2012, she worked on n national project to develop strategies within the undergraduate law curriculum to prepare and attract lawyers and other legal professionals for legal careers in rural and regional Australia.

Critical race and whiteness studies, colonialism and postcolonialism
Discrimination law, employment law and workplace issues
Social justice and Indigenous peoples
Social justice in rural, regional and remote communities

Qualifications
PhD(Melb)
LLB(Hons)(Monash)
BSc(Monash)

Areas of Teaching
Equal Employment Opportunity and Occupational Health and Safety
Professional Conduct
Law Placement
Race and the Law

Previously taught: Welfare Law, Human Rights, Contract Law, Employment and Industrial Relations Law, Legal Research & Writing

Professional Memberships
Australian Critical Race and Whiteness Studies Association, 2006-current; See acrawsa.org.au
Law and Society Association of Australia and New Zealand, 2013-present; See lsaanz.org/
jennifer.nielsen@scu.edu.au BSc(Monash), LLB(Hons)(Monash), PhD(Melb) Jennifer BSc(Monash), LLB(Hons)(Monash), PhD(Melb) Lismore
John Orr Lecturer 02 6620 3111
School of Law and Justice Mr Brief Biographical Details
John Orr is a lecturer in corporate law and Equity & Trusts at the School of Law & Justice, Southern Cross University. John has taken a Bachelor of Human Movement Studies from the University of Queensland and a Bachelor of Laws with First Class Honours from SCU. John is a university medallist and was awarded an Australian Postgraduate Award to undertake research toward a PhD to examine the lawfulness of Australian university corporations.

Current Teaching
I am currently a lecturer at the School of Law & Justice, Southern Cross University, Lismore, NSW where I am the unit assessor in the units LAW00004 - Company law, offered at an undergraduate level to non LLB students, LAW00527 - Corporations law, offered at an undergraduate level to LLB students and LAW00115 - Equity, offered at an undergraduate level to LLB students.

Current Research
Current research includes an analysis of law relating to higher education institutions as bodies corporate, including governance and regulation.

Research Interests
John?s research interests are in higher education law, corporate and insolvency law and equity & trusts and include the fiduciary principle and unreasonable remuneration of corporate directors, the quality assurance and legal liability of Australia?s transnational education arrangements, the GATS and higher education, universities and liabilities for controlled entities, insolvency issues involving Australian universities, and corporate and commercial law liabilities and issues for universities, such as the ultra vires doctrine, shadow directors and the legal rights of Australian university members.

Affiliations
? Member and director of the Australia and New Zealand Education Law Association, (ANZELA). ANZELA is the peak Education law body in Australia and New Zealand.
? Member of the Australasian Law Teachers Association (ALTA)
? Member of the Corporate Law Teachers Association (CLTA).

? Member of the Insolvency Academic Network (IAN).

Areas of Expertise
? Higher education law
? Corporate law
? Insolvency law; and
? Equity & trusts

john.orr@scu.edu.au BHumanMvSt(UQ), LLB(SCU) John BHumanMvSt(UQ), LLB(SCU) Lismore
John Page Deputy Head of School, Research 61 2 6620 3058
School of Law and Justice Associate Professor John Page is an Associate Professor in the School of Law and Justice. John was previously a Lecturer at the University of New England - from 2004 to 2010, and an Assistant Professor at Bond University - from 2011 to 2013. Prior to 2004, John was a practicing lawyer for 18 years.


Research Interests
John's research interests focus on property plurality, and comparative, historic and inter-disciplinary perspectives on property. He has published internationally and within Australia on topics ranging from the nature of property rights in public resources, the intersection of property and the environment, public property theory, modern common property, and property's relationship to landscape and community.


Current research
The implications of property diversity; public property theory; property and ecosystem services; property and calamity.

Selected publications
Property Diversity and Its Implications (Routledge 2016)
Australian Land Law in context (Oxford University Press 2012) with K Mackie & E Histed
'The Curious Untidiness of Property and Ecosystem Services: A Hybrid Method of Measuring Place' (2015) 32 Pace Envtl. Law. Rev. 756 with A Brower & J Welsh
'Of Earthquakes, Red Zones and Property Rights: The Quake Outcasts Case' (2014) 26 New Zealand Universities Law Review 132 with A Brower
'Towards an Understanding of Public Property' in Modern Studies in Property Law (Hart Publishing, 7th ed., 2013)
'When the Law is Silent, Trespassers W: Law and Power in Implied Property Rights' (2012) Environmental Law Reporter 10242 with A Brower
'Reconceptualising Property: Towards a Sustainable Paradigm' (2011) 1 Property Law Review 86
'Common Property and the Age of Aquarius' (2010) 19 Griffith Law Rev. 172
'Grazing Rights and Public Lands in New Zealand and the western United States: a comparative perspective' (2009) 49 Natural Resources Journal 403

Qualifications
PhD (UQ)
LLM(UQ)
GradCert(HigherEd)(UNE)
LLB(Hons)(UQ)
BA(UQ)

Areas of Teaching
Property Law
Wills and Estates

Professional Organisations
Australian and New Zealand Law and History Society
Solicitor of the Supreme Courts of NSW and Queensland
International Outreach Committee, Association of Law Property & Society john.page@scu.edu.au BA(UQ), LLB(Hons)(UQ), GradCert(HigherEd)(UNE), LLM(UQ), PhD(UQ) John BA(UQ), LLB(Hons)(UQ), GradCert(HigherEd)(UNE), LLM(UQ), PhD(UQ) Lismore
Alessandro Pelizzon Senior Lecturer 02 6620 3369
School of Law and Justice Dr
BIOGRAPHY

Italian by birth and Australian by choice, Alessandro completed his LLB/LLM in Law in Italy specializing in comparative law and legal anthropology. His thesis comprised a field research project on pre-Colombian family protocols in the Andes of Peru, Bolivia and Ecuador. Alessandro has been involved in Indigenous rights since his university years, when he established a research group with which he participated in and supported the drafting of the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples in Geneva. His PhD thesis, conducted at the University of Wollongong, focused on native title and legal pluralism in the Illawarra. Over e decade ago, Alessandro began to explore the emerging discourse on rights of nature, Wild Law and Earth Jurisprudence. His main area of interest in this field is the intersection between this emerging discourse and different legal ontologies, with a particular focus on Indigenous legal structures. Alessandro is one of the founding members of the Global Alliance for the Rights of Nature and of the Australian Earth Laws Alliance. Alessandro?s main areas of research are legal anthropology, legal theory, comparative law, sovereignty, Indigenous rights, ecological jurisprudence and international environmental law.

AREAS OF EXPERTISE

Legal anthropology
Legal theory
Comparative law and legal pluralism
Research methodology
Sovereignty and Indigenous sovereignty
International Indigenous rights
Ecological jurisprudence

CURRENT RESEARCH

Wild Law, Earth Jurisprudence and the Rights of Nature
Ecological Jurisprudence and Indigenous legal ontologies
Aboriginal sovereignty in Australia
Sovereignty and the Doctrine of Discovery
alessandro.pelizzon@scu.edu.au LLB(Torino), LLM(Torino), PhD(UOW) Alessandro LLB(Torino), LLM(Torino), PhD(UOW) Lismore
Rohan Price Lecturer (07) 5589 3342
School of Law and Justice Dr Rohan Price authors works of biography, comparative legal history and political philosophy including the acclaimed Going Native: The Passions of Philip Jacks (2016, Australian Scholarly) and Reading Colonies: Property and Control of the British Far East (2016, City University Press of HK).

Rohan's current manuscript Violence and Emancipation in Colonial Ideology asks: if, when and how was anti-colonial violence justified? How and why were nationalist movements criminalised by colonial, and neo-colonial powers? Using the insurrection by the Malayan Communist Party (1948-60) as an example, the book argues that resort to violence sped up the decolonisation of British Malaya by forcing its colonial administration to invent Malay nationalism and pursue ameliorative social policy among the Chinese diaspora community in a manner clearly derived from the MCP's platform. Yet this was not the same as giving the country economic emancipation from the expectations of neo-colonial rule. Using an Althusserian assumption, the book asks: if a late colonial state was subjective, how did it claim a sufficiently objective mantle to rule and how did ideological techniques enable this?

Reading Colonies is available on amazon.com and google play. Going Native is stocked by Abbey's and gleebooks (Sydney), Readings (Melbourne) and Fuller's Bookshop (Hobart) or any one of ten libraries around the country: http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/217767563?selectedversion=NBD59252372

Rohan writes serial fiction about Republican China as well as academic works. His serial the parrots is available here: https://tapas.io/episode/1066576

rohan.price@scu.edu.au BA, LLB (UTAS), LLM (UTAS), DPhil (UNE) Rohan BA, LLB (UTAS), LLM (UTAS), DPhil (UNE) Gold Coast
Aidan Ricketts Lecturer 02 66203781
School of Law and Justice Mr Aidan Ricketts is an experienced academic and educator as well as a prominent social and environmental activist. Aidan has published extensively in the fields of law, activism and education including his recent book " The Activists Handbook: A step-by-step guide to particpatory democracy" which was published internationally by Zed books in 2012. Aidan is also a qualified educational designer with extensive experience in online and distance education. Prior to returning to Southern Cross University Aidan taught at the University of the South Pacific in Vanuatu, providing legal education across twelve different Pacific nations. aidan.ricketts@scu.edu.au LLB(Hons)(UQ), LLM(QUT), MEd(JCU) Aidan LLB(Hons)(UQ), LLM(QUT), MEd(JCU) Lismore
Nicole Rogers Associate Professor (07) 55893105
School of Law and Justice Associate Professor Dr Nicole Rogers is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Law and Justice at Southern Cross University. Prior to commencing work at the then University of New England Northern Rivers in 1992, she worked briefly in private practice and in a research capacity at the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody. Nicole has two first class Honours degrees in Arts and Law from the University of Sydney, a Masters in Natural Resources Law from the University of Wollongong, and a PhD in Law from Southern Cross University. Her PhD thesis is entitled the 'The Play(fulness) of Law' and involved interdisciplinary research into performance studies theory and law

Nicole is one of six academic staff members who established the law school at Southern Cross University in 1993 and developed its law degree. She has been responsible for writing, developing and teaching the core units of Environmental Law and Constitutional Law since the law degree was first introduced. She has taught and assisted in the development of over sixteen other units in both the law and paralegal degrees since 1993.

Nicole has published widely in areas as disparate as environmental activism, gene technology, anti-terrorism law and performance studies theory and the law. Her most recent research is in the areas of wild law, climate change litigation and climate change activism. In 2014, she instigated and then co-led the three year Wild Law Judgment project, which resulted in 2017 in a co-edited Routledge publication entitled Law as if Earth really mattered: the Wild Law Judgment project. Nicole has served as the lawyer of the University Human Research Ethics Committee for ten years. She has been an active member of various environmental organisations, including the North East Forest Alliance, Beyond Zero Emissions and the Australian Wild Laws Alliance (now Australian Earth Laws Alliance). She is a member of the World Commission on Environmental Law.

Nicole is currently supervising two PhD students.

Research Interests
Wild law
Climate change law
Climate change activism and law
Performance studies theory and law

Current Areas of Teaching
Environmental Law
Constitutional Law
Law and Government Decision Making

Professional Organisations
North East Forest Alliance: legal observer at forest blockades in the 1990s
Beyond Zero Emissions: member and presenter 2010-11
Australian Earth Laws Alliance: ongoing
World Commission on Environmental Law: ongoing
nicole.rogers@scu.edu.au BA(Hons)(Syd), LLB(Hons)(Syd), LLM(UOW), PhD(SCU) Nicole BA(Hons)(Syd), LLB(Hons)(Syd), LLM(UOW), PhD(SCU) Gold Coast
Tom Round Lecturer 07-5589-3056
School of Law and Justice Dr Brief Biographical Details
Tom Round has degrees in Arts (with first-class honours in Government) and Law from the University of Queensland, and a PhD (in Politics and Public Policy) from Griffith University. He has lectured and tutored in the Schools of Criminology (formerly Justice Administration) and Politics at Griffith University, and of Government at UQ; he also worked in the federal Department of Immigration and Multicultural Affairs (as it then was). Before teaching at SCU, he was a Research Fellow at Griffith's Key Centre for Ethics, Law, Justice, and Governance (KCELJAG). Tom has co-edited two books, BEYOND THE REPUBLIC: MEETING THE GLOBAL CHALLENGES TO CONSTITUTIONALISM (2000) and ASIA-PACIFIC GOVERNANCE: FROM CRISIS TO REFORM (2003), and published several book chapters and journal articles. He also helped Professor Charles Sampford write RETROSPECTIVITY AND THE RULE OF LAW (Oxford University Press, 2006).

Current Teaching
Session 1:
LAW10068 Law & Government Decision-Making [odd-numbered years]
LAW72005 Evidence
Session 2:
LAW00117 Administrative Law
LAW10158 Intro to Evidence & Advocacy [even-numbered years]

Current Research & Research Interests
Ouster (privative) clauses; constitutional limitations (if any) on Australian parliaments' power to rewrite rules of evidence and court procedure; electoral systems; institutional mechanisms for protecting minority rights.

Areas of Expertise
Electoral systems

tom.round@scu.edu.au BA(Hons)(Qld), LLB(Qld), PhD(Griff) Tom BA(Hons)(Qld), LLB(Qld), PhD(Griff) Gold Coast
Helen Walsh Lecturer (Teaching Scholar) 02 6620 3848
School of Law and Justice Ms helen.walsh@scu.edu.au AssocDipBus(UNE), LLB(SCU), LLM(QUT) Helen AssocDipBus(UNE), LLB(SCU), LLM(QUT) Lismore
Emma Babbage Casual Academic (Teaching) (02) 6620 3238
School of Law and Justice Ms emma.babbage@scu.edu.au BArts(SCU), BEd(SCU), LLB(Hons)(SCU) Emma BArts(SCU), BEd(SCU), LLB(Hons)(SCU) Lismore
Julia Cook Casual Academic (Teaching)
School of Law and Justice Ms julia.cook@scu.edu.au BA(Hons)(MU), LLB(Hons)(UniMelb) Julia BA(Hons)(MU), LLB(Hons)(UniMelb) Lismore
Julie De Rooy Resident Tutor
School of Law and Justice Ms julie.de.rooy@scu.edu.au AssocDipLaw(SCU), DipLegalPrac(Bond), LLB(SCU), LLM(Melbourne) Julie AssocDipLaw(SCU), DipLegalPrac(Bond), LLB(SCU), LLM(Melbourne) Lismore
Lisa Frisken Casual Academic (Teaching)
School of Law and Justice Ms lisa.frisken@scu.edu.au AssocDipBusiness(Para-Legal Studies)(SCU), LLB(SCU), MConflMgtResol(JCU) Lisa AssocDipBusiness(Para-Legal Studies)(SCU), LLB(SCU), MConflMgtResol(JCU) Gold Coast
Tim Fuller Casual Academic (Teaching)
School of Law and Justice Dr tim.fuller@scu.edu.au JD(Bond) Tim JD(Bond) Gold Coast
Michael Furlong Casual Academic (Teaching)
School of Law and Justice Mr michael.furlong@scu.edu.au Michael Lismore
Paula Hallam Casual Academic (Teaching)
School of Law and Justice Dr paula.hallam@scu.edu.au BSc(Hons) (KCL), LLB(Hons)(SCU), PhD (ULond) Paula BSc(Hons) (KCL), LLB(Hons)(SCU), PhD (ULond) Lismore
Caroline Hamilton Casual Academic (Teaching)
School of Law and Justice Ms caroline.hamilton@scu.edu.au MCommLaw(Deakin) Caroline MCommLaw(Deakin) Lismore
Jonathan Harlen Casual Academic (Teaching)
School of Law and Justice Mr jonathan.harlen@scu.edu.au BA Jonathan BA Lismore
Angela Jones Casual Academic (Teaching) 07 5589 3140
School of Law and Justice Ms angela.m.jones@scu.edu.au LLB(ANU), MEd(UTS) Angela LLB(ANU), MEd(UTS) Gold Coast
Bede Lipman Academic Co-ordinator 02 66 203542
School of Law and Justice Mr Course Coordinator - SCU Online Master of Laws (Business Law) and Master of Business Law - School of Law and Justice. bede.lipman@scu.edu.au BA(Curtin), LLB(Hons)(SCU) Bede BA(Curtin), LLB(Hons)(SCU) Lismore
Joelene Nel Casual Academic (Teaching)
School of Law and Justice Ms joelene.nel@scu.edu.au LLB Joelene LLB Gold Coast
Kirste Pavlovic Casual Academic (Teaching)
School of Law and Justice Ms kirste.pavlovic@scu.edu.au BA(HONS)(SCU), LLB(HONS)(SCU) Kirste BA(HONS)(SCU), LLB(HONS)(SCU) Lismore
Janelle Rees Casual Academic (Teaching)
School of Law and Justice Ms janelle.rees@scu.edu.au BEnvSc(SCU), LLB(SCU) Janelle BEnvSc(SCU), LLB(SCU) Gold Coast
Shae Salmon Casual Academic (Teaching)
School of Law and Justice Ms shae.salmon@scu.edu.au Shae Lismore
Kristy Shore Casual Academic (Teaching)
School of Law and Justice Ms kristy.shore@scu.edu.au BNursing(Griffith), LLB(QUT) Kristy BNursing(Griffith), LLB(QUT) Gold Coast
Christine Smith Casual Academic (Teaching)
School of Law and Justice Ms christine.smith@scu.edu.au Christine Gold Coast
Britt Dietrich Assistant to Head of School (02) 6620 3375
School of Law and Justice Miss britta.dietrich@scu.edu.au DipBA, BPsySc(SCU) Britt DipBA, BPsySc(SCU) Lismore
Leanne Dietrich Administrative Officer HR & Finance 02 6620 3381
School of Law and Justice Ms leanne.dietrich@scu.edu.au Leanne Gold Coast
Jane Gilmour Administrative Officer 02 6620 3800
School of Law and Justice Ms jane.gilmour@scu.edu.au BA(Griff.), MOrgDev&Trg(SCU) Jane BA(Griff.), MOrgDev&Trg(SCU) Lismore
Kim King Assistant to Head of School 02 6620 3375
School of Law and Justice Mrs kim.king@scu.edu.au BComn(Griffith) Kim BComn(Griffith) Gold Coast
Theresa Crawford Administrative Officer (Academic Go +61 2 6620 3115
School of Law and Justice Mrs theresa.crawford@scu.edu.au Theresa Lismore
Britt Dietrich Placement and Alumni Support Office (02) 6620 3375
School of Law and Justice Miss britta.dietrich@scu.edu.au DipBA, BPsySc(SCU) Britt DipBA, BPsySc(SCU) Lismore
Ellen Kronen Administrative Officer (Research & +61 2 6620 3109
School of Law and Justice Ms ellen.kronen@scu.edu.au Ellen Lismore
Ann Leverett Administrative Officer (Curriculum 02 6620 3107
School of Law and Justice Ms Working Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. ann.leverett@scu.edu.au Ann Lismore
Jane Anderson Adjunct Associate Professor
School of Law and Justice Dr jane.anderson@scu.edu.au Jane Lismore
David Ashton-Lewis Adjunct Professor
School of Law and Justice Justice david.ashton-lewis@scu.edu.au David Lismore
Greta Bird Adjunct Professor 02 6620 3112
School of Law and Justice Professor greta.bird@scu.edu.au LLB(Hons)(Melb), LLM(Monash), MPhil(Camb) Greta LLB(Hons)(Melb), LLM(Monash), MPhil(Camb) Lismore
Daniela Carpi Adjunct Professor
School of Law and Justice Professor daniela.carpi@scu.edu.au Daniela Lismore
Andrew Clarke Adjunct Professor
School of Law and Justice Professor andrew.clarke@scu.edu.au Andrew Lismore
Daryl Dellora Adjunct Fellow
School of Law and Justice Mr daryl.dellora@scu.edu.au Daryl Lismore
Sam Garkawe Adjunct Associate Professor 02 6620 3103
School of Law and Justice Associate Professor Brief Biographical Details
Sam Garkawe is an Associate Professor at the School of Law and Justice at Southern Cross University, NSW. Sam completed his Law Degree at Monash University, Melbourne, and is a Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Victoria. He has been employed in a number of legal environments, including private practice, legal aid, as a research solicitor for the Victorian parliament, and has been an academic since 1991. He further holds Masters of Law degrees from both London University and Sydney University, and is also admitted as an Attorney-at-Law in California.
Sam has taught International Criminal Law/Justice in a number of places around the world - Monash University (Melbourne); Hamline University School of Law, Minneapolis (Minnesota, USA); Tel Aviv (Israel); Whittier School of Law and Chapman University School of Law, (California, USA); and Murdoch University (Perth).
In 2009 Sam was elected to the Executive Committee of the World Society of Victimology and has been an active member of their UN Liaison Committee since 2003. He has published widely in the field of victimology, particularly with respect to the role of victims in international criminal justice mechanisms, such as the International Criminal Court and the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission.

Membership and involvement with Professional and Academic Organisations
Australasian Society of Victimology - Appointed to the executive Committee in May 2000, appointed as President in 2007.
Life member, World Society of Victimology - Member of the Academic Committee of the 8th International Symposium on Victimology, held in Adelaide, August 1994 & appointed to UN liaison Committee in July 2003, to its Awards Committee in 2006 and in early 2008 to the academic Advisory Committee for the 2009 International Symposium held in Mito, Japan in August 2009. Elected to the Executive in 2009, and appointed as Deputy-Chair of the UN liaison Committee in December 2009. In 2010 was appointed Chair of Standards and Norms Committee.
International Commission of Jurists up to 2006 - Brisbane branch, appointed to the Board in 2004, 2005 & 2006.
Full member of the Centre for Social Justice and Peace (formerly the Centre for Cultural Diversity and Social Justice and formerly Law, Politics and Culture), Southern Cross University.
International Association of Genocide Scholars.
Member of the California Bar (inactive).

Current Teaching
Human Rights
Victimology
Criminal Law & Procedure
International Criminal Justice

Units Taught
International Criminal Justice (At the 2011 Byron Bay Summer School Sam taught a specialist course covering the International Criminal Court).
Criminal Law & Procedure
Human Rights
Victimology

Awards Won:
On the 23 September 2008 Sam was awarded the Annual Victim Support Australasia Annual Prize for 2008. This was `In recognition of his Outstanding Leadership in Advancing the Academic Discipline of Victimology in Australia, and in Promoting International Recognition of Victims Rights?.

Current Research
The role of victims at the International Criminal Court

Research Interests
International & National Criminal Justice
Criminal Law
Criminal Procedure
Victims of Crime
Victimology
International Human Rights & Civil Rights
Holocaust & Truth Commissions
Restorative Justice
International Law

sam.garkawe@scu.edu.au BSc(Melb), LLB(Monash), LLM(Lond), LLM(USyd) Sam BSc(Melb), LLB(Monash), LLM(Lond), LLM(USyd) Lismore
Michele Goodwin Adjunct Professor
School of Law and Justice Professor michele.goodwin@scu.edu.au Michele Lismore
Susan Heinzelman Adjunct Associate Professor
School of Law and Justice Associate Professor susan.heinzelman@scu.edu.au Susan Lismore
Gregory Homeming Adjunct Professor
School of Law and Justice Mr gregory.homeming@scu.edu.au Gregory Lismore
Terry Hutchinson Adjunct Professor
School of Law and Justice Dr terry.hutchinson@scu.edu.au DipLib(UNSW), BA(UQ), LLB(UQ), MLegalPrac(QUT) Terry DipLib(UNSW), BA(UQ), LLB(UQ), MLegalPrac(QUT) Lismore
Greg James Adjunct Professor
School of Law and Justice The Honourable greg.james@scu.edu.au Greg Lismore
Lance Jones Adjunct Fellow +61-414385420
School of Law and Justice Mr lance.jones@scu.edu.au AssocDipSocial Work(UniSA), BA(UNE), LLB(UNE), GradCert(OutdoorEd)(UniSA), LLM(LP)(ANU) Lance AssocDipSocial Work(UniSA), BA(UNE), LLB(UNE), GradCert(OutdoorEd)(UniSA), LLM(LP)(ANU) Lismore
Michael Kirby Adjunct Professor
School of Law and Justice Mr michael.kirby@scu.edu.au Michael Lismore
Conor McCarthy Adjunct Senior Lecturer
School of Law and Justice Dr conor.mccarthy@scu.edu.au Conor Lismore
Chris McGrath Adjunct Senior Lecturer
School of Law and Justice Dr chris.mcgrath@scu.edu.au Chris Lismore
Margaret McMurdo Adjunct Professor
School of Law and Justice Ms margaret.mcmurdo@scu.edu.au Margaret Lismore
Panu Minkkinen Adjunct Professor
School of Law and Justice Professor panu.minkkinen@scu.edu.au Panu Lismore
George Pavlich Adjunct Professor
School of Law and Justice Professor george.pavlich@scu.edu.au George Lismore
Brian Preston Adjunct Professor
School of Law and Justice Justice brian.preston@scu.edu.au Brian Lismore
Janelle Saffin Adjunct Professor
School of Law and Justice Ms janelle.saffin@scu.edu.au Janelle Lismore
Renata Salecl Adjunct Professor
School of Law and Justice Professor renata.salecl@scu.edu.au Renata Lismore
Tamara Smith Adjunct Fellow
School of Law and Justice Ms tamara.smith@scu.edu.au LLB (Hons)(SCU), GradDipLegalPrac Tamara LLB (Hons)(SCU), GradDipLegalPrac Lismore
Jill Stauffer Adjunct Associate Professor
School of Law and Justice Associate Professor jill.stauffer@scu.edu.au Jill Lismore
Steven Strickland Adjunct Professor
School of Law and Justice Justice steven.strickland@scu.edu.au Steven Lismore
Christopher Tomlins Adjunct Professor
School of Law and Justice Professor christopher.tomlins@scu.edu.au Christopher Lismore
Karin Van Marle Adjunct Professor
School of Law and Justice Professor karin.van.marle@scu.edu.au Karin Lismore
Alison Young Adjunct Professor
School of Law and Justice Professor alison.young@scu.edu.au Alison Lismore