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Amber is an Assistant Lecturer at the Faculty of Law, Monash University and an academic member of the Castan Centre for Human Rights Law. Prior to academia, she practiced as a litigator and worked on a range of public, corporate and commercial law matters.
Amber completed her doctorate at Monash University under an Australian Postgraduate Award scholarship. Her thesis critically examined national security and public order laws in Malaysia and their impact on constitutionalism and the rule of law. She also holds a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) (1st Class) from King’s College London where she won the Exhibition Prize.
Amber’s research interests span the fields of national security and fundamental rights as well as comparative constitutional and administrative law. Her work focuses on law reform in developing democracies, as well as the interaction of law, institutions, politics and society. She has published in international and comparative law journals and is currently writing a monograph based on her doctoral thesis to be published by Hart’s Constitutionalism in Asia Series.
National Security Law
Constitutional Law in Malaysia
Comparative Constitutional and Administrative Law
Monash teaching commitment
Foundations of Law
Principles of Torts (JD)
Research area keywords
- National Security Law
- Anti-Terrorism Law
- Emergency Powers
- Fundamental rights
- Constitutional Law of Malaysia
- Comparative Constitutional Law
- Comparative Administrative Law
- Law reform
- Law and politics
- Law and society
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