Dr Anna Dziedzic
Department of Law
Centre for Comparative and Public Law
Global Academic Fellow
Associate Director of the Centre for Comparative and Public Law
BA/LLB (ANU), LLM (UCL), PhD (Melbourne)
Dr Anna Dziedzic joined the Faculty as a Global Academic Fellow in 2019. She researches in the field of comparative constitutional law, with a particular focus on constitutional change and the role of judges and judiciaries. She will use the Global Academic Fellowship to undertake broader comparative research into foreign judges and the significance of nationality to judicial office.
Her publications include analyses of constitutional law and constitution making in Pacific island states and Australia, as well as comparative work on aspects of federalism, courts and parliaments. She has undertaken consultancies on various issues including constitutional implementation, gender and constitutions, and citizenship.
Anna is a co-convenor of the Constitution Transformation Network, which works to bring scholars and practitioners together to explore the dynamics and challenges of constitutional change, in theory and practice, across the globe.
Prior to joining the Faculty, Anna was a Research Fellow at Melbourne Law School on a project on ‘Meeting the Challenges of Constitutional Comparison’ (2012-2015) and worked in legal policy roles for the Australian government, as an Associate to a Justice of the Federal Court of Australia and as a volunteer legal analyst at the Samoa Law Reform Commission.
- Public Law