The award recognises key roles being played in the development of international partnerships, and has contributed to important outcomes in the region. It is awarded with a $1000 research grant.
Felicity attended a reception on Monday 12th January at the Indonesian Consulate in Darwin as part of the Charles Darwin University School of Law study tour by 29 law students from the University of Gajdah Mada (UGM), Indonesia. She will be speaking to the students on lawyers duties to victims of human trafficking in a […]
On Monday, Felicity chaired a forum on Reproductive Health and Rights at Charles Darwin University in Association with Menzies School of Health – up for discussion was why some termination of pregnancy is still criminalised in parts of Australia and how the CEDAW mechanism can be effective in securing safe and sensible services for women. For […]
Felicity acted for the defence in the Moot Court at Charles Darwin University when the School of Law assisted the Northern Territory Police College with training their investigators. This sort of training is invaluable to police officers, who are now considered “professional witnesses” under the national evidence law regime. In addition to advocacy and research, Felicity […]
Felicity is delighted to announce that she has commenced a 6 month post lecturing on torts at Charles Darwin University in Darwin Australia. She will be covering liability in negligence, nuisance and trespass and dealing with defamation/privacy issues as well as injecting her experience of civil cases involving sex, death and money along the way. […]