Anna Chapman is the Associate Dean (JD). She joined the Law School after a period of practice. Her research focuses on inequality and discrimination in work relations. She has written about the National Employment Standards, General Protections (Adverse Action), unfair dismissal law and anti-discrimination law. She is a past Editor of the Australian Journal of Labour Law, and a Co-Director of the Centre for Employment and Labour Relations Law in the Law School.
Anna Chapman holds Bachelor degrees in both Commerce and Law (with Hons) from the University of Melbourne, an LLM from the University of Melbourne and a PhD from the University of Adelaide (with a Dean's Commendation for Doctoral Thesis Excellence).
A study published in 2012 ranked Anna as no. 20 in a list of 'Most Prolific Publishers in the Go8 University Law Reviews (Excluding Home Review)', and as no. 21 in a list of 'Overall Most Prolific Publishers in Leading Australian Law Journals (Excluding Home Review)': R. Smyth, 'Who Publishes in Australia's Top Law Journals?' (2012) 35(1) University of New South Wales Law Journal 201-245 at p 239 (table 6B), at p 241 (table 7).
The Melbourne JD
Other School and University Responsibilities
Associate Dean (JD)
Co-Director, Centre for Employment and Labour Relations Law
Memberships and Affiliations
Editorial Committee Member, Australian Journal of Labour Law
Member, Australian Labour Law Association