Prior to joining La Trobe, Hannah has taught in the History Department at the University of Melbourne, the Law School at the University of Newcastle, and worked as a solicitor in two commercial firms in Sydney, practicing primarily in commercial litigation and dispute resolution (including contract disputes, insolvency, trade practices, tax and a small number of intellectual property and family provision act matters).
My instructions were to meet the “comrades” outside the Walmart.
From the entrance, I watched a horse and buggy clop into the parking lot.
Some of Marcereau’s lawyer buddies had told him the case was a long-shot.
Peters had suffered no physical injury and had kept her role as a school volunteer.
Naturally my son has begun questioning why his sister looks so different from the rest of us, and my mother-in-law took it upon herself to tell him she was adopted. For now my husband has told MIL that the topic is verboten, but we haven't decided if we should correct her error.
Until now I've been happy to just let people assume what they want about where my children's origins are, but now that a story is getting around, I'm not sure what to say or how to handle it.
Her Masters thesis was in legal history and concerned the notions of property and indigenous rights in land used by colonizers in Victoria and South Australia in the early 19th century.
She is currently completing a doctoral thesis at Melbourne Law School on legal parentage, supervised by Professor Helen Rhoades, and Professor Jenny Morgan.
By the end of their Sixth Form year, many day students get accustomed to hearing from peers and teachers, “I thought you were a boarder because you’re here so often!