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PhD Candidate in Law, The University of Queensland

Sarah is a PhD candidate and Sessional Academic at the University of Queensland. She researches the legal response to emerging national security threats (including espionage, sabotage and foreign interference) as well as domestic violence law and trials (with a focus on the treatment of victim-witnesses).

Experience

  • 2020–present
    PhD Candidate in Law, The University of Queensland
  • 2022–present
    Sessional Academic, The University of Queensland

Education

  • 2020 
    Queensland University of Technology, Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice
  • 2020 
    The University of Queensland, Bachelor of Science
  • 2020 
    The University of Queensland, Bachelor of Laws (Hons)

Publications

  • 2022
    Crimes of Communication: The Implications of Australian Espionage Law for Global Media, Communication Law and Policy
  • 2021
    Risk and Uncertainty in Public Interest Journalism: The Impact of Espionage Law on Press Freedom, Melbourne University Law Review
  • 2021
    Prosecution and Defence Strategies in Non-Fatal Strangulation Cases: Are They Influenced by Victim Brain Injury and PTSD?, Criminal Law Journal
  • 2019
    Australia's New Espionage Laws: Another Case of Hyper-Legislation and Over-Criminalisation, University of Queensland Law Journal