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The Australian National University

Associate Professor Miriam Gani

BA (Hons) (ANU), LLB (Hons) (ANU), GDLP (ANU), Grad Dip Education (CCAE), Grad Dip Sec Studies (CCAE), Barrister and Solicitor ( ACT Supreme Court), SFHEA
Associate Professor and Head of School
ANU College of Law
T: 6125 8351

Areas of expertise

  • Criminal Law And Procedure 180110

Research interests

Criminal Law, Federal Criminal Law, Terrorism, Cybercrime, Statutory and Code Interpretation, Codification.

 

 

Biography

Miriam Gani is an Associate Professor in the ANU College of Law.  She is a specialist in Criminal Law and Procedure and researches primarily in the area of Federal Criminal Law (most notably in the areas of statutory interpretation, codification, terrorism and cybercrime). 

Miriam completed her LLB at the ANU in 1997, having had a previous career as a high school teacher of French and History. She joined the Law Faculty as a member of staff in 2000. Her main teaching responsibilities are also in the area of criminal law and procedure and she also regularly convenes a course for new law students, Foundations of Australian Law,  in second semester. 

Miriam runs a criminal law elective, Federal Criminal Law, which addresses a number of exciting and emerging challenges for the criminal law including terrorism and cybercrime.

At the post-graduate level, Miriam teaches in the Military Discipline Law and Advanced Military Discipline Law courses as part of a program delivered to Australian Defence Force lawyers.

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Projects and Grants

Grants are drawn from ARIES. To add Projects or Grants please contact your College Research Office.

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