Research Assistant (2004-2006; 2015-current)
LLB (Hons), La Trobe University
Graduate Certificate in Australian Migration Law and Practice, Victoria University
Admitted to practice law in Victoria (2005)
Kaori is a Principal Researcher in the Japan Program at the Asian Law Centre.
Kaori holds LL.B (Hons) and Graduate Certificate in Australian Migration Law and Practice. She was admitted to practice law in Victoria in 2005, and has worked as a lawyer in a private law firm in Brisbane for 6 years in the Commercial and Corporate team.
Kaori's research interests include comparative law, Japanese law, Family law and Migration law.
Her publications include “Annotated Translation of the Act Amending The Act on Criminal Trials with Participation of Saiban-in http://blog.hawaii.edu/aplpj/files/2016/09/APLPJ_17.2_Kano_Steele_Final.pdf” (Co-authored with Stacey Steele, Asian-Pacific Law & Policy Journal, 2016),
“オーストラリアの学部教育を中心とした法学課程とその変容 [The Australian legal education with the focus on the undergraduate education, and its movements]” (Co-authored with Kota Fukui and Stacey Steele, Osaka Law Review, Vol.66, No.3-4, pp.55-81, 2016),
“Developments in Contemporary Japanese Electoral Law: Lowering the Voting Age from 20 to 18 Years Oldhttps://www.zjapanr.de/index.php/zjapanr/issue/view/110” (Co-authored with Stacey Steele, Journal of Japanese Law, Vol 23 No 45 (2018), and
Co-translated “Reflections on a revolution in Japanese business restructuring proceedings: an insolvency practitioner’s perspective of the early 21st century and future of Japanese insolvency law” authored by Hideyuki Sakai (American Bankruptcy Law Journal, Vol.92, Issue 3, 2018)