The Faculty of Law structure
The Faculty of Law Executive is led by the Dean, Professor Lesley Hitchens, and is supported by the:
- Dean's Advisory Committee
there is a listing of members of the Dean's Advisory Committee,
- Associate Dean (Research): Dr Ana Vrdoljak
- Associate Dean (Teaching & Learning): Ms Bronwyn Olliffe, and
- Faculty Manager.
The Associate Dean (Teaching & Learning) is supported by:
A pool of professional support staff operate across academic program boundaries and assist the directors and the executive.
Law Advisory Board
In 2007, a new Law Advisory Board was formed comprising Faculty management and representatives from the legal profession, government and the community. There is a full listing of the current members Law Advisory Board.
The Law Advisory Board is responsible for ensuring that the academic standard of the Faculty is maintained, and has the task of scrutinising all new programs and proposed initiatives as well as offering strategic advice and an external focus for the Faculty.
Faculty Board in Law
The Faculty of Law is governed by the Faculty Board in Law which consists of ex officio members, nominated members, elected staff members and elected student members. There is a full listing of the current members of the Faculty Board in Law. The Board meets quarterly and is the formal decision making body of the faculty.
Faculty committees which report to the Faculty Board in Law include:
- Admissions Committee
- Courses Committee
- Faculty Advisory Committee
- Faculty Student Conduct Committee
- Library Committee
- EH&S Committee
- Practical Experience Committee
- Research Management Committee
- Results Ratification Committee
- Review of Assessment Grade Committee