Dr Anna Dziedzic is a Global Academic Fellow at the University of Hong Kong Faculty of Law, and a co-convenor of the Constitution Transformation Network at Melbourne Law School. Anna’s research engages across the field of comparative constitutional law with a special focus on the constitutional systems of the Pacific. She has written on constitution-making, federalism, institutions of government, and the interaction between constitutional provisions and gender issues. Her current research covers the use of foreign judges on courts of constitutional jurisdiction, the regulation of citizenship and constitutional law in the Pacific region. Anna holds PhD from Melbourne Law School, an MA in Human Rights from University College London in 2011, and first class honours degrees in Arts and Law from the Australian National University. She previously worked as a legal policy officer for the Australian government and as an Associate at the Federal Court of Australia.