Mark Deng is a sessional law academic at the University of Queensland. He recently completed a PhD in comparative constitution-building in post-conflict societies, with a particular focus on South Sudan.
He was admitted to the legal profession by the Supreme Court of Queensland in 2015.
He has published on the issues of transitional constitutional development and administration of justice in South Sudan.
Casual Academic, University of Southern Queensland
Sessional Lecturer , The University of Queensland
APA Scholar, The University of Queensland
Legal Officer, Queensland Government
The University of Queensland, PhD
Griffith University , Grad Cert in Australian Migration Law & Practice
Queensland University of Technology, Grad Dip in Legal Practice
The University of Queensland, LL.M
James Cook University, LL.B
Bride Price in the Patriarchal South Sudanese Society: A Legal Perspective (2021) 35 (1) International Journal of Law, Policy and the Family 1–19,
South Sudan v James Dak: A Case of Travesty of Justice (2018) Sudd Institute 1– 9, 1
Defining the Nature and Limits of Presidential Powers in the Transitional Constitution of South Sudan: A Politically Contentious Matter for the New Nation (2017) 61 (1) Journal of African Law 23 – 39,