Dr Aaron Timoshanko is a Lecturer in the School of Law and Justice at the University of Southern Queensland. Aaron has previously held positions at the Queensland University of Technology, Griffith University and Flinders University.
Aaron’s main research focus lies at the intersection of democracy, accountability and the regulation of animals; specifically, the expression of the public’s values regarding the use of animals in the political and legal spheres. Aaron’s doctoral thesis, ‘Democratising the Regulation of Horses used in Jumps Racing’, won the Mollie Holman award at Monash University in 2018. Aaron has been a member of the Voiceless Legal Advisory Council since 2015 and was an inaugural member of the South Australian Law Society’s Animal Law Committee (2010-14). Prior to undertaking post-graduate study, Aaron worked in-house and as a solicitor in private practice.
- Australasian Law Academics Association (2017-present)
- Voiceless Legal Advisory Council (2015-present)