Position/s

Senior Lecturer
Flinders Law School

Biography

Bibi graduated with BA (Hons) in Law from Middlesex University in the UK. She went on to complete her LL.M at the London School of Economics. She was called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn in London. She has also been admitted to practice as a Barrister and Solicitor in Malaysia, the Australian Capital Territory and South Australia. She appeared before the Privy Council in the last case on appeal from Malaysia. Prior to joining Flinders Law School in 1994, she was a lecturer in law at the Australian National University.
She has done extensive work in both teaching and writing in contract, commercial and corporate law as well as comparative law on miscarriages of justice (Australia, Canada and Britain). In 2007 she was commissioned to provide an expert report to the Goudge Commission of Inquiry into Pediatric Pathology in Canada.

Teaching interests

Contract, Advanced Contract, Comparative Aspects of Malaysian Law, Comparative Law on Miscarriages of Justice (Australia, Canada and Britain)

Topic Coordinator:

  • LLAW3271  Miscarriages of Justice- Australia, Canada, Britain

Topic Lecturer:

  • LLAW1224  Advanced Contract [Writing ll ]

Research expertise

  • Law

Publications

  • Moles, R. and Sangha, B.M. (2007). The Role and Function of the Expert Witness. In V Raghuram, ed. EXPERT OPINION: EVIDENTIARY VALUES. Hyderabad, India: ICFAI University Press, pp. 54-69.
  • Sangha, B.M., Roach, K. and Moles, R. (2010). Forensic Investigations and Miscarriages of Justice: The Rhetoric Meets The Reality. Toronto, Canada: Irwin Law.
  • Sangha, B.M. and Moles, R. (2013). A legislative breakthrough in the Pursuit of Justice in Australia. In Brent McBurney, ed. Rule of Law. Hong Kong: Advocates International. Advocates Internation. Hong Kong. Apr 2013.
    [Web Link]
  • Sangha, B.M. and Moles, R. (2012). A Failure of the Rule of Law in Australia - post-appeal reviews. In Symposium on the Rule of Law. Barcelona, Spain: Advocates International. Advocates Internation Symposium on the Rule of Law. Barcelona. Jan 2012.
  • Sangha, B.M. and Moles, R. (2011). Australia's criminal appeal procedures - in breach of international human rights obligations. In Criminal Justice in Australia and New Zealand - Issues and Challenges for Judicial Administration. Melbourne: The Australasian Institute of Judicial Administration. Criminal Justice in Australia and New Zealand - Issues and Challenges for Judicial Administration. Sep 2011.
    [Web Link]
  • Sangha, B.M. and Moles, R. (2010). The Miscarriages of Justice Project. In Christian Legal Fellowship National Conference. Toronto, Canada: Christian Lega Fellowship. Christian Legal Fellowship National Conference. Toronto, Canada. Sep 2010.
  • Sangha, B.M. and Moles, R. (2011). Post-conviction reviews in Australia - A degree of intellectual isolation. Direct Link, 8(11)
    [Web Link]
  • Sangha, B.M. and Moles, R. (2011). The Right to a Fair Trial in the Context of International Human Rights Obligations. Direct Link, 8(10) pp. 112-115.
    [Web Link]
  • Sangha, B.M. and Moles, R. (2011). Post-conviction reviews - Strategies for change. Direct Link, 8(9) pp. 98-102.
    [Web Link]
  • Sangha, B.M. and Moles, R. (2011). Why we need a criminal cases review commission. Direct Link, 9(2) pp. 23-26.
    [Web Link]
  • Sangha, B.M. (2014). Partnerships, joint ventures and voluntary associations. Butt and Hamer (ed) LexisNexis Concise Australian Law Dictionary.
  • Sangha, B.M. and Moles, R. (2013). Victims of the Law. New Matilda.
    [Web Link]
  • Sangha, B.M. and Moles, R. (2013). Fresh Justice for the Wrongly Convicted. New Matilda.
    [Web Link]
  • Sangha, B.M. and Moles, R. (2013). Funding Appeals is in the Public Interest. New Matilda.
    [Web Link]
  • Sangha, B.M. and Moles, R. (2012). Submission to the Parliamentary Inquiry into Criminal Cases Review Commission, pp. 1-76.
  • Sangha, B.M. (2011). Concise Australian Legal Dictionary.
  • Sangha, B.M. (2011). Non-disclosure of the facts at trial could threaten the integrity of our entire system of law and justice. Australian newspaper: Legal Affairs, pp. 30-30.
  • Sangha, B.M. and Moles, R. (2011). Networked Knowledge web site. Adelaide: Networked Knowledge.
    [Web Link]
  • Sangha, B.M. (2011). Australia lags in junk forensics remedies. The Australian Legal Affairs, pp. 34-34.
  • Moles, R. and Sangha, B.M. (2008). Comparative. Kent Roach Director of Research, ed. Pediatric Forensic Pathology and the Justice System - Independent Research Studies Volume 2. Toronto, ON, Canada: Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General. 2 pp. 283-324.
  • Sangha, B.M. (2008). Ten Years [book review] AIDWYC Association in Defence of the Wrongly Convicted Journal. 9(38) pp. 31-32.
  • Sangha, B.M. (2004). The Baby Deaths Enquiry. 'A State of Injustice''
    [Web Link]
  • Sangha, B.M. and Moles, R. (2014). MacCormick's Theory of Law, Miscarriages of Justice and the Statutory Basis for Appeals in Australian Criminal Cases. University of New South Wales Law Journal, 37(1) pp. 243-269.
  • Sangha, B.M., Moles, R. and Economides, K. (2014). The New Statutory Right of Appeal in South Australia: Problems Facing an Applicant - Unanticipated Interpretive Issues. Flinders Law Journal, 15(1) pp. 145-186.
  • Sangha, B.M. and Moles, R. (2012). Post-appeal review rights: Australia, Britain and Canada. Criminal Law Journal, 36(5) pp. 300-316.
    [Web Link]
  • Sangha, B.M. and Moles, R. (2012). Mercy or Right? Post-appeal petitions in Australia. Flinders Law Journal, 14(2) pp. 293-328.
  • Sangha, B.M. (2007). Extending the scope of post-conviction reviews. Australian Bar Review, 30(1) pp. 90-113.
    [Web Link]
  • Sangha, B.M., Roach, K. and Moles, R. (2010). Forensic Investigations and Miscarriages of Justice: The Rhetoric Meets The Reality. Toronto, Canada: Irwin Law.
  • Moles, R. and Sangha, B.M. (2007). The Role and Function of the Expert Witness. In V Raghuram, ed. EXPERT OPINION: EVIDENTIARY VALUES. Hyderabad, India: ICFAI University Press, pp. 54-69.
  • Sangha, B.M. and Moles, R. (2014). MacCormick's Theory of Law, Miscarriages of Justice and the Statutory Basis for Appeals in Australian Criminal Cases. University of New South Wales Law Journal, 37(1) pp. 243-269.
  • Sangha, B.M., Moles, R. and Economides, K. (2014). The New Statutory Right of Appeal in South Australia: Problems Facing an Applicant - Unanticipated Interpretive Issues. Flinders Law Journal, 15(1) pp. 145-186.
  • Sangha, B.M. and Moles, R. (2012). Mercy or Right? Post-appeal petitions in Australia. Flinders Law Journal, 14(2) pp. 293-328.
  • Sangha, B.M. and Moles, R. (2012). Post-appeal review rights: Australia, Britain and Canada. Criminal Law Journal, 36(5) pp. 300-316.
    [Web Link]
  • Sangha, B.M. (2007). Extending the scope of post-conviction reviews. Australian Bar Review, 30(1) pp. 90-113.
    [Web Link]
  • Sangha, B.M. and Moles, R. (2011). Why we need a criminal cases review commission. Direct Link, 9(2) pp. 23-26.
    [Web Link]
  • Sangha, B.M. and Moles, R. (2011). The Right to a Fair Trial in the Context of International Human Rights Obligations. Direct Link, 8(10) pp. 112-115.
    [Web Link]
  • Moles, R. and Sangha, B.M. (2008). Comparative. Kent Roach Director of Research, ed. Pediatric Forensic Pathology and the Justice System - Independent Research Studies Volume 2. Toronto, ON, Canada: Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General. 2 pp. 283-324.

Professional and community engagement

Assisted with drafting of the legal submissions in relation to the case of Henry Keogh before the Medical Board, Medical Tribunal, Supreme Court of South Australia and the High Court of Australia.

Joint developer of the Networked Knowledge website (http://netk.net.au) - a major source of online legal materials for general law topics and especially for materials relating to miscarriages of justice.

Contact

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Location: Law Commerce (2.24)
Postal address: GPO Box 2100, Adelaide 5001, South Australia
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