I am a PhD Candidate at Monash University (external enrolment). I am in the final stages of my candidature, with the examination of my dissertation due in February 2018. I work as a Sessional Academic at the University of Southern Queensland (course examiner in Law of Business Organisations and Business and Consumer Law) Queensland University of Technology (tutoring in Legal Problems and Communication) and at Griffith University (tutoring in Criminal Procedure). I have also taught at Flinders University (topic coordinator in Animal Law, and tutoring in Criminal Law and Professional Skills and Ethics).
Before commencing my PhD, I completed a Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice (Honours) and a Bachelor of International Studies at Flinders University. After being admitted to practice in 2009, I worked in-house before moving to a corporate law firm, where I worked in the mining and resources team.
I thoroughly enjoy being a university educator and hope to find full-time employment at a university that compliments my commitment to delivering engaging and high-quality teaching so students can achieve their academic goals. I also hope to find an institution that fosters an environment of research excellence.