Dr Shireen Morris is a McKenzie Postdoctoral Fellow at Melbourne Law School and was a senior policy adviser to Cape York Institute for over seven years leading the Institute’s policy work on Indigenous constitutional recognition and the concept of a First nations constitutional voice. Shireen’s PhD thesis on a First Nations constitutional voice will be published by Hart UK next year. Other books include Radical Heart (2018, MUP), A Rightful Place: A Roadmap to Recognition (2017, Black Inc) and The Forgotten People (2016, MUP). Recent journal publications include this UNSW article on the Uluru Statement: http://classic.austlii.edu.au/au/journals/UNSWLawJl/2018/23.html. She also has a book chapter forthcoming: Shireen Morris, ‘Parliamentary Scrutiny and Indigenous Rights: Lessons for a First Nations Voice to Parliament’, in Laura Grenfell and Julie Debjnak, Law Making and Human Rights (Thomson Reuters, 2019 forthcoming). She participated in the Melbourne Forum in 2019.