PhD Candidate and Sessional Academic, Queensland University of Technology

Emily Darling is a PhD Candidate at the Queensland University of Technology. Her thesis examines refugee family reunion in Australia and the differentiation in access according to mode of arrival.

Emily is a sessional academic at QUT and lectures and teaches in areas including Immigration and Refugee Law, Ethics and Administrative Law.

Emily is also a solicitor and registered migration agent and currently volunteers as a not-for-profit agent at the Refugee and Immigration Legal Service.

Experience

  • 2012–present
    PhD Candidate , Queensland University of Technology
  • 2011–present
    Sessional Academic, Queensland University of Technology

Professional Memberships

  • Registered Migration Agent, OMARA
  • Solicitor, Queensland Law Society
  • Brisbane, Australia
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  • emily.darling@qut.edu.au
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