Anna joined the Law School as a Senior Lecturer in 2015, and is the Director of Undergraduate Programs (Curriculum).
Her primary research interests lie in the areas of environmental law and administrative law at the international and domestic levels.
Her current projects explore the intersection between global administrative law and international environmental law, and the administrative law implications of automated government decision-making.
Anna’s research was selected for presentation at the peer-reviewed NYU/Nottingham/Melbourne Junior Faculty Forum for International Law in 2016.
Her book, Multilateral Environmental Agreements and Compliance: The Benefits of Administrative Procedures, was published by Routledge in 2017.
Anna also researches in the field of legal education, and was previously an Assessment and Curriculum Development Fellow at UNSW Law. Her legal education research explores issues in higher education regulation, curriculum design, assessment practices and student well-being.
Anna is an Assistant Editor of Transnational Environmental Law, a peer-reviewed journal published by Cambridge University Press.
She is a member of the QUT International Law and Global Governance research program, the International Society of Public Law and the Australian Institute of Administrative Law.
Before joining QUT, Anna worked at UNSW Law and the NSW Department of Environment and Climate Change.