A perspective on First Peoples’ ways of learning and teaching

Mary Spiers Williams, Sub Dean Indigenous Studies

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Mary began teaching at universities in 1999, initally undergraduate criminal law course. Since then she has continued to teach criminal law and procedure, as well as advanced courses in criminal justice and sentencing, courses on the impact of state laws on First Peoples, youth law, criminology, penology, evidence, advocacy, and legal ethics at the ANU and other leading Australian universities, and convened clinical legal programmes.

Her research interests are in the impact of state laws on First Peoples, and centring the knowledge and insights of Australian First Peoples on sociolegal studies and legal anthropology.

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