The Law School at Flinders University houses one of Australia's most acclaimed undergraduate law programmes. it also offers: a programme in Criminal Justice for Law, Bachelors of Arts and Behavioural Science students; law topics for Commerce students, and postgraduate research degrees. There is a strong emphasis on both practical skills and legal theory.

The academic staff are all active researchers, many with national or international reputations in their fields. Each is involved in a range of external activities that regularly bring them into contact with the legal profession and the broader community.

The Law School prides itself on its friendly and relaxed atmosphere, as well as on its commitment to high quality teaching and scholarship.

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  • Ea Mulligan

    Published works by Ea Mulligan, Adjunct Research Associate at Flinders University
  • Mary Heath

    Published works by Mary Heath, Senior Lecturer and Associate Dean (Teaching) at Flinders University

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  • Smart Casual: Engagement 

    Hewitt, Anne; Galloway, Kate; Heath, Mary; Israel, Mark; Skead, Natalie; Steel, Alex (Department of Education and Training, 2016)
    This resource is part of the Smart Casual suite of professional development modules, which have been developed for and by Australian law teachers. Students learn most effectively when they engage as active players in the ...
  • Smart Casual: Indigenous Peoples and the Law 

    Kwaymullina, Ambelin (Department of Education and Training, 2016)
    This resource is part of the Smart Casual suite of professional development modules, which have been developed for and by Australian law teachers. All students need to develop their knowledge in relation to Aboriginal and ...
  • Smart Casual: Feedback 

    Israel, Mark; Skead, Natalie; Galloway, Kate; Heath, Mary; Hewitt, Anne; Steel, Alex (Department of Education and Training, 2016)
    This resource is part of the Smart Casual suite of professional development modules, which have been developed for and by Australian law teachers. Providing effective feedback on students’ work is essential to student ...
  • Smart Casual: Problem Solving 

    Heath, Mary; Hewitt, Anne; Galloway, Kate; Israel, Mark; Skead, Natalie; Steel, Alex (Dept of Education and Training, 2016)
    This resource is part of the Smart Casual suite of professional development modules, which have been developed for and by Australian law teachers. Teaching and assessment in substantive law subjects often involves hypothetical ...
  • Smart Casual: Communication and Collaboration 

    Israel, Mark; Galloway, Kate; Heath, Mary; Hewitt, Anne; Skead, Natalie; Steel, Alex (Dept of Education and Training, 2016)
    This resource is part of the Smart Casual suite of professional development modules, which have been developed for and by Australian law teachers. Law students need to develop their ability to communicate effectively, ...
  • Smart Casual: Reading Law 

    Steel, Alex; Galloway, Kate; Heath, Mary; Hewitt, Anne; Israel, Mark; Skead, Natalie (Dept of Education and Training, 2016)
    This resource is part of the Smart Casual suite of professional development modules, which have been developed for and by Australian law teachers. This module explores how to help students build legal reading skills – ...
  • Smart Casual: Critical Legal Thinking 

    Galloway, Kate; Heath, Mary; Hewitt, Anne; Israel, Mark; Skead, Natalie; Steel, Alex (Dept of Education and Training, 2016)
    This resource is part of the Smart Casual suite of professional development modules, which have been developed for and by Australian law teachers. This is module addresses a discipline-specific form of critical thinking. ...
  • Smart Casual: Wellbeing 

    Skead, Natalie; Galloway, Kate; Heath, Mary; Hewitt, Anne; Israel, Mark; Steel, Alex (Dept of Education and Training, 2016)
    This resource is part of the Smart Casual suite of professional development modules, which have been developed for and by Australian law teachers. This module is about the role law schools and law teachers can play in ...
  • Smart Casual: Ethics and Professionalism 

    Hewitt, Anne; Galloway, Kate; Heath, Mary; Israel, Mark; Skead, Natalie; Steel, Alex (Dept of Education and Training, 2016)
    This resource is part of the Smart Casual suite of professional development modules, which have been developed for and by Australian law teachers. This module concerns ethics and professional responsibility as necessary ...
  • Smart Casual: Research on Teaching and Learning 

    Galloway, Kate; Heath, Mary; Hewitt, Anne; Israel, Mark; Skead, Natalie; Steel, Alex (Department of Education and Training, 2016)
    This resource is part of the Smart Casual suite of professional development modules, which have been developed for and by Australian law teachers. This short module introduces the body of research on teaching and learning, ...
  • Critical Criminology Guest Editors’ Introduction 

    Flynn, A; Halsey, Mark John (Queensland Uuniversity of Technology, 2016)
  • Kony 2012: Intervention Narratives and the Saviour Subject 

    Chazal, Nerida; Pocrnic, Adam (Queensland Uuniversity of Technology, 2016)
    In 2012, the Kony 2012 Campaign became the most watched human rights video to date, garnering over 100 million views in just six days. The Campaign relied on easily digestible narratives that encouraged an imperialistic ...
  • Re-framing ‘counterfeit from a public health perspective’: A case for fraudulent medicine 

    Bandiera, Rhiannon; Marmo, Marinella (SAGE Publications, 2016-01-12)
    “Black market” counterfeiters operating outside of authorised industry are often framed as the perpetrators of dangerous and defective medicines within legal pharmaceutical markets. However the assumption that all medicines ...
  • Criminal rehabilitation : the impact of religious programming 

    Gerace, Adam; Day, A (Christian Association for Psychological Studies, Inc., 2010)
    In spite of their prevalence in correctional institutions, religious programs have been the subject of limited independent assessment. The purpose of the current study was to examine the outcomes of the Kairos Short Course, ...
  • The Role of Empathy in Anger Arousal in Violent Offenders and University Students 

    Day, A; Mohr, Philip; Howells, K; Gerace, Adam; Lim, Loraine (SAGE Publications, 2011)
    A lack of empathic responsiveness toward others has been consistently identified as an important antecedent to aggressive behavior and violent crime, with many rehabilitation programs for violent offenders incorporating ...
  • A Study of Medical Negligence Claiming in Scotland 

    Stephen, F; Melville, Angela; Krause, T (Scottish Government Social Research, 2012)
  • Information overload: CCTV, your networks, communities and crime 

    Harris, Vandra Marie Elizabeth; Harris, Crispin (Edith Cowan University, 2009)
    Electronic surveillance continues to play a central but often unobserved role in contemporary Western societies and attempts to police them. This paper focuses on closed circuit television (CCTV) footage and its ...
  • Research within the privacy regulations: problems and solutions for database custodians 

    Mulligan, Ea Caitlen; Rogers, Wendy Anne; Braunack-Mayer, Annette Joy (2006)

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