Ms Tahlia Hart

Casual Academic

College of Business, Government and Law

place Social Science South
GPO Box 2100, Adelaide 5001, South Australia

Current PhD Candidate preparing thesis titled 'Digitally Engaged & Underaged: Adolescent use of 'adult-based platforms'. The research focuses on adolescent learnt skills and experiences within online environments with a particular focus on websites and apps that have a minimum age requirement of 18 years old. The research seeks to uncover unique approaches to mitigate risk and harm to adolescents in online environments.

Initially trained and experienced as a lawyer, both in litigation and commercial areas. Currently practising law within a Community Legal Centre that offers free legal advice and services to members of the community, with a particular focus on social justice issues.

Ongoing tutor in a range of criminology and law topics. Experiences range from tutoring students in face-to-face and online classes, as well as supervising law students in a practical live-client legal office.


Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice LLB/LP

Bachelor of Arts Honours (Criminology/Sociology) BA(Hons)

Legal certificate to practice at Federal and State (South Australia) Courts

Honours, awards and grants

Dean's Certificate for Bachelor of Arts (Hons) Thesis

Chancellor's Letter of Commendation for outstanding achievement in Bachelor of Arts (Hons)

South Australian Office of Consumer Business Services Prize in Consumer Protection and Unfair Trading