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Lecturer/Deputy Director of the Indigenous Law Centre, UNSW

Dani Larkin is a Bundjalung woman from Grafton, New South Wales and is a legal academic and an admitted solicitor. She has previously worked as a lawyer in a number of different area's of law for several Commonwealth and State government agencies.

Dani's research focus is on:

- The Uluru Statement From The Heart
- Electoral law and policy reform;
-International human rights law;
-Indigenous people and Australia's criminal justice system
- Indigenous cultural identity;
-Indigenous political participation and disenfranchisement;
-Self-determination; and
-Comparative constitutional law.

Experience

  • 2020–present
    Lecturer, University of New South Wales

Education

  • 2020 
    Bond University, Doctorate of Philosophy in Law
  • 2016 
    Bond University, Masters of Laws Degree Specializing in Corporate and Commercial Law and Practice
  • 2014 
    College of Law, Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice
  • 2013 
    Griffith University, Bachelor of Laws Degree