20042020

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Biography

Katie joined the Law Faculty in 2015, having taught at Monash since 2012. Prior to entering academia, she practised as a solicitor in native title, acting for native title claim groups in both Western Australia and Victoria. She holds a Master of Laws in Environmental Law from Macquarie University and a PhD from Monash focussing on the legal recognition of Indigenous water rights.

Katie's research and teaching interests include Indigenous Legal Rights, Native Title, Water Law, Rights of Nature laws, Constitutional Law, Administrative Law and Public Law and Statutory Interpretation.

Monash teaching commitment

LAW5014 Principles of Administrative Law - T2 2021 (CE)

LAW5004 Principles of Public Law and Statutory Interpretation - T2 2021

LAW1112 Public Law and Statutory Interpretation - S2 2021 (CE)

 

Research interests

Indigenous Legal Rights

Native Title

Water Law

Constitutional Law

Administrative Law

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