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About Danielle Ireland-Piper

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

Positions

Present Associate Professor, Bond University
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Honors and Awards

  • Legal Practitioner, Supreme Court of NSW
  • Legal Practitioner, High Court of Australia
  • British Chevening Fellowship
  • Chevening Cambridge Australia Scholar
  • Pegasus Scholar, Cambridge University
  • Vice-Chancellor's Scholar, Bond University



Contact Information

Faculty of Law
Bond University QLD 4229
Australia
Phone: +61 7 559 54784

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Articles (10)

Books (1)

Book Chapters (1)

Conference Papers (12)