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Biography

Associate Professor Genevieve Grant is Director of the Australian Centre for Justice Innovation in the Law Faculty at Monash University. She is co-author of Luntz & Hambly's Torts: Cases, Legislation and Commentary (LexisNexis, 9th ed, 2021) and Victorian Statutory Compensation Systems (LexisNexis, 2021, with Jason Taliadoros).

Genevieve's research uses empirical methods to evaluate justice system performance, including the design and operation of dispute resolution, civil justice and injury compensation systems. This work cuts across the fields of dispute resolution, legal technology, injury compensation, legal ethics and health law. 

Genevieve has experience investigating the perspectives of stakeholders and users (including compensation claimants, users of online dispute resolution platforms, courts, family law disputants, consumers of legal services, medical examiners and administrative decision-makers). She is particularly interested in Online Dispute Resolution, and teaches Australia's first unit dedicated to ODR.

Genevieve has an extensive track record of interdisciplinary research partnerships with government agencies, courts, compensation schemes, regulators and dispute resolution organisations. Genevieve has a PhD in public health and law from The University of Melbourne. Details of her recent research can be found on Google Scholar. She tweets about legal innovation, injury compensation, dispute resolution and legal ethics @gengrant.

Research interests

Empirical legal research

Injury compensation

Civil justice and dispute resolution

Work disability

Legal innovation

Health law

Legal ethics

Company law

Consulting

Genevieve undertakes consulting work on a range of dispute resolution, civil justice and injury compensation system design and evaluation projects. Her partners in this work include government agencies, civil justice institutions, insurers, compensation schemes and dispute resolution organisations.

Monash teaching commitment

Community service

Community Member, Forensic Leave Panel

Expertise related to UN Sustainable Development Goals

In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):

  • SDG 3 - Good Health and Well-being
  • SDG 16 - Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions

Research area keywords

  • Civil justice and dispute resolution
  • injury compensation
  • empirical legal research
  • work disability
  • health law
  • legal ethics
  • access to justice
  • Legal technology
  • company law

Network

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