Research Fellow (CELRL)
Ingrid is a research fellow in the Centre for Employment and Labour Relations Law (CELRL), and a doctoral student within the CELRL and the Centre for International Law and the Humanities (IILAH). Her PhD research focuses on the implications of human rights due diligence for the protection and promotion of workers' rights.
Ingrid graduated with honours in Asian Studies and Law from the Australian National University in 2006. Since then, she has worked at Melbourne Law School, the Faculty of Business Law and Taxation at Monash University and at the Australian Council of Trade Unions. At the ACTU, she was responsible for researching and providing advice on a range of areas of Australian employment and labour law, as well as international labour standards, human rights and corporate accountability. From 2010-2014, she also acted as an Australian Worker Delegate to the International Labour Organisation's International Labour Conference in Geneva. Ingrid has published in Australian and international journals, and has worked as principal researcher on major research projects commissioned by the Fair Work Commission and the International Labour Organisation. Her research interests include Australian employment and labour law, international and comparative labour law (with a focus on the Asia-Pacific) and corporate accountability and labour rights.