I commenced at Flinders University initially with the law school and the College of Nursing and Health Science in 2019. Subsequently, I was appointed as a lecturer in the College of Medicine and Public Health in 2021. I'm a socio-legal academic who researches and teaches in the areas of medical law and ethics.
Teaching and Resaerch Interests
My primary teaching and research interests includes:
Currently, I am coordinator of PARA3001. The course underwent a significant revamp in 2021 for 2022 delivery. In addition, I also teach into HLTH1003 within the College of Nursing and Health Science. Previously, I held appointments in the law school where I was topic coordinator for:
I graduated from Monash University in 2012 with a Bachelor of Law and Bachelor of Music. In 2018, I completed a Doctor of Philosophy at RMIT University.
Prior to joining Flinders University, I worked as an in-house commercial lawyer having held various legal counsel roles in major companies, universities and Government departments.
2007-2012, Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Music (Monash University)
2016-2018, Doctor of Philosophy (RMIT University)
Topic coordinator for PARA3001.
Teaching PARA3001 and HLTH1003.
My interests encompass both health and law. In particular, I have special interests in how health care intersects with law. In addition, I am also passionate about teaching pedagogy.
In health, my teaching and research interests include health law, population health, consent, forensic odontology and dentistry.
In law, my teaching and research include health law, insolvency law, commercial law, torts law and company law.
I am also interested in forensics, virtual reality and strategic intent.
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