Genevieve Wilkinson teaches in the areas of intellectual property law, human rights and international law.
Her current research focuses on the intersections between trade mark law and the human right to health. She is also interested in human rights parliamentary scrutiny and its relationship to both intellectual property and economic, social and cultural rights.
Genevieve commenced legal practice in 2003 at Freehills and worked in intellectual property litigation.
In 2007 she worked in litigation and international arbitration for Olswang in London before returning to Sydney to join the New South Wales Bar in 2008.
Genevieve has also tutored and lectured in human rights law at Australian Catholic University since 2013.