Women in Law. Cricket Bats and Constitutions

Danielle Ireland-Piper

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    “I have the honour of teaching the new generations of lawyers and I think they are extraordinary. Despite threats to global world order and general destabilisation, I am very hopeful for the future of women in international law” Danielle Ireland Piper is Associate Professor of International and Comparative Constitutional Law at Bond University, Australia. I am an Associate Professor of International Law and Constitutional Law at Bond University. I’ve worked in law firms, in government, with Judges, anti-corruption bodies, and with countries in the Asia-Pacific region. I have an LLM from the University of Cambridge, where I was a Chevening Scholar, and a PhD from the University of Queensland. I completed my PhD while working full time. I have published books and articles in my field. It all started on a cricket pitch.
    Original languageEnglish
    No.Women in Law 2019
    Specialist publicationElgarBlog from Edward Elgar Publishing
    Publication statusPublished - 2019

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