Kristen Walker QC is a a Principal Fellow at the University of Melbourne. She completed her articles with Arthur Robinson and Hedderwicks in Melbourne and also served as Associate to Sir Anthony Mason, then Chief Justice of Australia. Kristen currently teaches Constitutional Law in the JD program. In the Melbourne Law Masters Kristen teaches Written Advocacy (with Andrew Palmer) and Constitutional Litigation. She has also taught international human rights law and legal ethics at Columbia Law School in New York.
Kristen's research interests are in constitutional law, law and sexuality, and international law, particularly human rights and refugee law. Kristen also practices at the Victorian Bar, where she specialises in constitutional law and more generally in public law.