Research Fellow (Comparative Constitutional Law)
Anna Dziedzic is a Research Fellow and PhD Candidate at the Centre for Comparative Constitutional Studies, Melbourne Law School. She researches in comparative constitutional law and has a particular research interest in the constitutional systems of the Pacific region. Her PhD examines the appointment of foreign judges to domestic superior courts in the Pacific.
From 2012 to 2015, Anna worked with Professor Cheryl Saunders on an Australian Research Council Discovery Project entitled 'Meeting the Challenges of Constitutional Comparison'. She is a co-convenor of the Constitution Transformation Network at Melbourne Law School and has also undertaken consultancy work on constitutional and legal matters for International IDEA, the World Intellectual Property Organization and Pacific NGOs.
As a Teaching Fellow at Melbourne Law School, Anna tutors the breadth subject ‘Legal Language’ and supervises students undertaking the JD subject ‘Legal Internship’.
Anna holds an MA in Human Rights from University College London and first class honours degrees in Arts and Law from the Australian National University. Prior to joining Melbourne Law School, she worked at the Australian Law Reform Commission, the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, and as an Associate at the Federal Court. She also volunteered as a legal analyst at the Samoa Law Reform Commission.
Memberships and Affiliations
Australian Association of Constitutional Law