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Professor Fleur Johns

Faculty: UNSW Law
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Fleur Johns is Professor in the Faculty of Law, working in the areas of public international law, legal theory, law and development, law and society (or socio-legal studies
Dr Nofar Sheffi

Faculty: UNSW Law
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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
Ms Jayne O'Connor

Faculty: UNSW Law
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Jayne is a Teaching Fellow in the Law Faculty and is completing her PhD under the supervision of Dr Jill Hunter.
Professor Andrew Lynch

Faculty: UNSW Law
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Professor Andrew Lynch is the Head of School and Deputy Dean at UNSW Law. He teaches and researches in the field of Australian constitutional law.
Professor Bronwen Morgan

Faculty: UNSW Law
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I joined UNSW Law School in October 2012, having taught at the University of Bristol, UK for seven years as Professor of Socio-legal Studies.
Professor Theunis Robert Roux

Faculty: UNSW Law
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Professor of Law at the University of New South Wales.  Before relocating to Australia in January 2009, he was (for four years) the founding director of the South African Institute for Advance
Professor Christopher Cunneen

Faculty: Arts & Soc Sciences
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Chris Cunneen PhD (Syd), MA (Syd), Dip Ed (UNSW), BA (UNSW) is Professor of Criminology at UNSW Arts & Social Sciences and
Participation in the administration of justice: Deaf citizens as jurors

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The primary aim of this applied research project is to investigate the capacity of deaf people who use sign language to participate in the administration of justice by serving as jurors. Research of this kind has never previously been conducted in Australia or internationally.