Experienced staff dedicated to high quality legal education
Our teaching staff provide diverse professional experience, real-life context and commitment to students. They are also invested in researching, publishing and practicing within a broad range of professional, government and community law spheres.
Griffith Law School Executives
Assoc Prof Therese Wilson
Dean and Head of Griffith Law School
Associate Professor Therese Wilson specialises in international commercial law and arbitration and consumer law. She has also coached our Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot team since its founding in 2003.
Prof Mary Keyes
Deputy Head of Research at Griffith Law School
Professor Mary Keyes has research expertise in private international law, particularly in the area of jurisdiction and international family law. She is widely published in private international law and is co-author of a leading Australian textbook on the area.
Dr Kylie Burns
Deputy Head of Learning and Teaching at Griffith Law School
Dr Kylie Burns is passionate about engaging and effective learning and teaching in the digital age. Kylie also focuses on ensuring the law responds well to the needs of injured people.
Prof Khory McCormick
Dr Emma Palmer
Dean's Personal Assistant and Strategic Projects Officer
Administrative Support Officers
Ms Susan Powe (Nathan)
Ms Catherine Turner (Gold Coast)
School Administrative Officers
Ms Linda Brauns (Gold Coast)
Mr Bharat Kumar (Nathan)