Dr Dani Milos

Research Higher Degree Education Coordinator

Office of Graduate Research

place Registry (003)
GPO Box 2100, Adelaide 5001, South Australia

Dani's PhD research was in the area of access to justice for vulnerable groups, particularly South Sudanese refugee background communities. Throughout her time at Flinders, Dani taught in various Legal Studies topics, worked in the Professional Development Unit and as an Academic Adviser to students in the Student Learning Centre.

Since 2012, Dani has been at the Office of Graduate Research as the HDR Education Coordinator, looking after the professional development of HDR students at Flinders.

Qualifications
2012  PhD Legal Studies, Flinders University
2006  Bachelor of Justice and Society (Honours I), Flinders University
2005  Bachelor of Justice and Society, Flinders University
Honours, awards and grants
Australian Postgraduate Award, 2007
Chancellor's Letter of Commendation
Key responsibilities

Dani is the HDR Education Coordinator in the Office of Graduate Research, coordinating professional development and research training programs for HDR students. She manages the Research and Employability Skills Training (REST) program, which provides HDR students with consolidated, structured training based on their individual training needs and career aspirations.

All HDR students and their supervisors are encouraged to contact Dani to discuss their training needs and any questions or recommendations they may have.

Teaching interests

Dani has taught in the following topics at Flinders University:

  • COMS9001: Communication Skills for Research Higher Degree Students
  • RHD Professional Development Program
  • Introductory Academic Program (IAP)
  • Foundation Studies Program
  • LEGL 1001: The Australian Legal System
  • LEGL 1003: Contemporary Legal Issues
  • LEGL 2003: Gender, Law and Society
  • LEGL 3010: Comparing Legal Cultures
Supervisory interests
Access to justice
Customary law
Higher education
Refugee law and policy
Socio-legal studies
Sudanese refugees
Higher degree by research supervision
Current
Associate supervisor: Sudanese customary family law (1), Refugee law and policy (1)

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