Assistant Lecturer, Public Interest Law Initiative
Research Fellow (Children's Rights Project)
Florence is a human rights law researcher and has a broad experience in teaching, particular interest in teaching international law, criminal law, and legal writing and research. She is a research fellow in the Child Rights Project at Melbourne Law School, and her research interests lie in exploring critical perspectives of international human rights law.
Florence graduated with a double Bachelor's degree in Law and Japanese from Murdoch University, and she holds a PhD and a LLM in public international law from Kanagawa University in Japan. She has taught at Melbourne Law School, Monash Law Faculty and the University of Western Australia's Law School.
- Free Speech and Media Law (2015, 2017)
- Fundamentals of the Common Law (2017)
- Legal Language (2016)
- Street Law - coordinator (2018)