Qualifications Master of Laws (Hons),(International Law) - University of Cambridge Bachelor of Laws (First Class Hons) - Bond University Bachelor of International Relations - Bond University Danielle lectures in Constitutional Law at Bond University. She has an active publication record, and has presented at conferences in Switzerland, Canada, New Zealand, and Australia. Previously, Danielle worked for the Australian Attorney-General’s Department, pursuant to which she provided legal training in the Asia-Pacific Region. She also worked as a Ministerial Advisor in Community Services, and Aboriginal Affairs. In private legal practice, Danielle practiced employment law. She also worked for the Crime and Misconduct Commission, and as Associate to the Hon. Justice Kiefel. As a recipient of a Vice-Chancellor's Scholarship, Danielle completed a Bachelor of Laws/International Relations at Bond University. She also received a Chevening Scholarship to complete a Masters of Law (International Law) at the University of Cambridge
Extraterritoriality and the Sexual Conduct of Australians Overseas, Bond Law Review (2012)
Institutional dichotomies: The Solicitor-General in Sri Lanka, Bond Law Review (2012)
On 31 March 2011, the United Nations Secretary-General’s panel of experts handed down a report...
Extraterritorial criminal jurisdiction: Does the long arm of the law undermine the rule of law?, Melbourne journal of international law (2012)
Assertions of extraterritorial jurisdiction have become increasingly frequent in the 21st century. Although a useful...
Abuse of process in cross-border cases: Moti v The Queen, QUT Law & Justice Journal (QUTLJJ) (2012)
In a majority of six to one, the High Court in Moti v The Queen...
Extraterritoriality and the sexual conduct of Australians overseas, Bond law review (2010)
In April 2010, the Australian Parliament inserted Division 272 into the Criminal Code (Cth).3 The...
Attract, retain and protect: Tips for managing employees and protecting your business in a time of economic downturn (with Shana Shrier-Joffe), Work insights (2008)
In April 2008, Mark Davis, Political Correspondent for the Sydney Morning Herald, observed...
Constitutionalised racism: Why Australia needs its own Section 6, Human Rights in Australia and New Zealand (2012)
Procedural deficiences in the prosecution of nationals for conduct occurring extraterritoriality, General principles of transnational criminal law conference (2012)
Development through sport: Fans and critics of the new player on the field, Law papers (2012)
Literature on international aid and development espouses the principle of ‘do no harm’. In that...
The long arm of the law: Conceptual frameworks for analyzing exercises of jurisdiction, 24th International Conference of the International Society for the Reform of Criminal Law: Globaliation of Crime - Criminal Justice Responses (2011)
Extraterritoriality - The new frontier, Through the looking glass: National engagement with international and foreign law and governance conference (2010)
Making multi-disciplinary teaching work: A reflective analysis of teaching legal content to multi-disciplinary learners, Scholarship of teaching and learning at Bond: Fostering early career research (2011)
Australia: Revised guidance note on lock-up devices (with Mark McNamara), , (2005)
The Takeovers Panel in Australia has issued a final version of Guidance Note 7 on...