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Dr Nofar Sheffi

Faculty: Law & Justice
Fields of Research (FoR): Law in context

Nofar Sheffi works at the intersection of contract theory, critical theory and media theory, exploring various technologies of government, the operation of computer systems, the co
Associate Professor Vedna Jivan

Faculty: Law & Justice
Fields of Research (FoR): Law in context

Vedna Jivan re-joined UNSW Law in 2018 as the founding director of UNSW's PLT Program. Vedna was admitted to the legal profession in 1995 and worked at Kingsford Legal Centre for eight years.
Dr Leah Williams

Faculty: Law & Justice
Fields of Research (FoR): Law in context, Criminal law, Legal institutions (incl. courts and justice systems), Criminology, Law and society and socio-legal research, Legal education, Sociological studies of crime

Leah is an Education-Focused Lecturer in Criminology and Criminal Law. She teaches and convenes core criminal law courses in the Law and Criminology Programs.
Professor Jill Barbara Hunter

Faculty: Law & Justice
Fields of Research (FoR): Law in context, Legal systems, Law, gender and sexuality (incl. feminist legal scholarship), Criminal procedure

Jill Hunter is a Professor in the Faculty of Law, UNSW. Jill Hunter's areas of teaching and research centre on the law, policies and practices relating to criminal trials.
Professor Ben Golder

Faculty: Law & Justice
Fields of Research (FoR): Law in context, International and comparative law, Legal Theory, Jurisprudence and Legal Interpretation, Human Rights Law
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Professor Luke McNamara

Faculty: Law & Justice
Fields of Research (FoR): Criminal law, Legal institutions (incl. courts and justice systems), Law in context

Luke McNamara is a Professor in the Faculty of Law and Justice at the University of New South Wales.  His research focuses on the deployment of criminalisation as a public policy tool.
Associate Professor Mehera San Roque

Faculty: Law & Justice
Fields of Research (FoR): Law in context, Legal systems

Mehera San Roque's research interests include evidence law, feminist analysis of law, law and surveillance/visual cultures, and the newly emerging field of law and sound.