Samantha is the Director of First Year Studies for Flinders Lawl (from 1 July 2016). As part of this role she coordinates the New in Law Orientation and Peer Mentoring Program.
Samantha is also the Topic Coordinator for Legal Research and Writing, and Torts 1, and also teaches in Torts 2.
Samantha has experience teaching in topics including: Legal Research and Writing, Criminal Law and Legal Method, Issues in Criminal Law, Torts 1, Torts 2, and Property Equity and Trusts, and Dispute Management. She has also been involved in the Criminal Practice and Advocacy PLT course and has been a sessional marker in Family Law, and Civil Litigation. Samantha has additionally taught in the School of Nursing and Midwifery in Law and Ethics Applied to Nursing.
Samantha is currently a part-time PhD candidate studying legal negotiation and legal education.
Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice (Hons) (Flinders)
Bachelor of Behavioural Science (Psychology) (Flinders)
PhD Candidate (Flinders)
College of Business, Government and Law Vice-President and Executive Dean's Award for Excellence in Teaching (2018): For sustained improvement of the New in Law to enhance mentor wellbeing and mentee connectedness; and to inspire students to develop practical legal skills.
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