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Bond University appoints trio of academics

Bond University appoints trio of academics

Rachael Field, Jonathan Crowe and Kate Galloway

Three highly respected academics covering diverse fields of law have joined the Faculty of Law at Bond University.

Professor Rachael Field, Professor Jonathan Crowe and Assistant Professor Kate Galloway have all commenced teaching at the Gold Coast private university.

Professor Field is a national leader in legal education, dispute resolution, family law and women in law. She is an advocate for access to justice for vulnerable women and their children, particularly those in circumstances of domestic and family violence.

Professor Crowe is recognised globally for his work on legal philosophy, ethical theory and public law. He has more than a decade experience teaching constitutional law, legal theory and public international law, particularly international humanitarian and human rights law.

Assistant Professor Galloway is a prolific researcher and commentator in the fields of legal education and property law. She has a decade experience teaching land law, public law, public international law and Indigenous law.

"Rachael, Jonathan and Kate are among the most respected legal minds in Australia," said Professor Nick James, executive dean of the Bond University Faculty of Law.

"They each bring with them extensive experience in aspects of the law that are complementary to the expertise and skills we already have within the Bond Faculty of Law and, are therefore, a great asset to our team."

Pictured (left to right): Professor Rachael Field, Professor Jonathan Crowe and Assistant Professor Kate Galloway.


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