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Jennifer   Corrin

Professor
Centre for Public, International and Comparative Law
T C Beirne School of Law, The University of Queensland (Australia)

Specialities
Discipline(s)
Law
Member of
Australian Association for Pacific Studies (AAPS)
European Society for Oceanists (ESfO)
Geographic administrative areas
Geographic places
Australia (area)
Melanesia
Micronesia
Polynesia
Historical periods
The Colonial time
20th century
21st century
Anticipatory
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Experiences
  • Masters Research (1978 to 1980)
    The Law of Wardship — University of Nottingham
    An evaluation of the law of wardship, including its history, procedure, conflict of laws issues, and recommendations for reform.
  • Applied Research (1987 to 1996)
    Barrister — Jennifer C Corrin, Barristers
    Principal in private legal practice in Solomon Islands.
  • Academic Position (1996 to 2000)
    Research and Teaching at USP — School of Law, USP
    Research on aspects of South Pacific Law.
  • Academic Position (2000 to 2012)
    Research on South Pacific Law — Centre for Public, International and Comparative Law, The University of Queensland
    Research on South Pacific Comparative Law.
  • PhD Research (2001 to 2002)
    The Development of South Pacific Islands Jurisprudence — Griffith University
    Development of South Pacific Islands Jurisprudence through examination of the status of and the relationship between introduced law and customary law in small island countries of the South Pacific.
  • Teaching Experiences (2004 to 2012)
    South Pacific Comparative Law — TC Beirne School of Laaw
    Undergraduate and Masters level courses on South Pacific Comparative Law
  • (2013 to 2016)
    Future Fellowship — ARC
    Towards a New Legal Pluralism: Developing a Systematic, Interdisciplinary Approach to Law Reform and Development in Plural Legal Regimes
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