2018 Master of Laws (LLM: Global Governance): Graduation April 2018.
2017 & 15 Visiting Professor, De La Salle University, Manila.
2017 Appointed a Member of the Legal Practitioners Disciplinary Tribunal in the Northern Territory of Australia.
2017 Adjunct Fellow University Western Sydney (previously: Visiting Lecturer (Distinguished))
2017 Ad hoc admission to practice in Gibraltar for a trial involving sexual allegations by a 4 year old witness.
2017 Graduate Certificate in University Teaching and Learning (GCUTL)
2016 Legal Personality of the Year: Solicitors Journal 160th Anniversary awards
2016 Added to the roll High Court of Australia
2016 Ad hoc admission to practice in Hong Kong for an appeal on accessorial liability.
2015 Charles Darwin University Ryan Family Award for commitment to excellence, outstanding results in research and innovative teaching approaches. It was recognised that “Felicity has played key roles in the development of international partnerships and has contributed to important outcomes in the region”
2015 Expert Reflection Group (Trafficking as a Criminal Enterprise)
2015 Took part in COAG Advisory Panel on reducing violence against women and their children (Technology Working Group)
2015 Vice President, Criminal Lawyers Association of the Northern Territory of Australia
2015 Reported on Draft Cyber Law for Cambodia – for UNDP via ILRC of the American Bar Association
2015 Visiting Professor De La Salle University, Manila
2015 Visiting lecturer (distinguished) University Western Sydney
2015 Associate Editor and Reviewer: International Journal of Issues in Legal Scholarship (ILS).
2014 Admitted to the Supreme Court of the Northern Territory, Australia
2014 Appointed Queen’s Counsel
2014 Chaired the televised G20 Gender Equality forum which prepared the report for the Sherpas to the G20 leaders
2014 Public Officer, Corrugated Iron Youth Arts, Darwin, Australia
2014 Professional Board Member, The Computer Law & Security Review (Elsevier)(CLSR)
2014 Member of management committee, UK Advocates Gateway preparing toolkits for advocacy with vulnerable people
on behalf of the UK Advocacy Training Council
2013 Lecturer and Senior Lecturer, Charles Darwin University, Australia, Chair of Research and Research Training Committee,
HDR Coordinator and editor of School newsletter
2013 Accredited LEADR and NMAS Mediator
2012 Board Member Halsbury’s Law Exchange – a politically independent legal think tank engaged in writing articles and
contributing to policy papers.
2012 Part of team providing legal advice and assistance for the 2012 London Olympic and Paralympic Games
Specialisms: Sexual offending and defamation
2012 Bar Council for England and Wales Public Affairs Committee & 2013 South Eastern Circuit Representative
2012 “Of Counsel” to The Moynahan Law Firm, Connecticut
2010 Board member for Women’s Breakout
2010 First woman to write comment piece for CLJW in its (then) 175 year history
2005 Edited 36 Bedford Row Newsletter
2000 Leicester Representative on the Midland Circuit
1996 Pupillage and Recruitment, 2 New Street Chambers
1994 Called to the Bar of England and Wales
1993 – 94 Qualified as a Barrister: Inns of Court School of Law, London
1991 – 93 Law Degree: University of Kingston Upon Thames
Class 2.1 LLB (Hons), Law. (1st in Evidence)
Awarded prize for greatest overall contribution to the Law School