Annette Messell is a Liaison Librarian at James Cook University. She has worked in academic libraries since 2015 and supports the areas of law, sport & exercise, occupational therapy, speech pathology, and physiotherapy.
Alice Luetchford is Open Education Librarian at James Cook University. Alice has worked in a variety of roles in academic libraries including Law Librarian and Liaison Librarian for Business, Criminology, Politics and Creative Media.
Thomas Palmer is the Senior Manager, Digital Learning at the University of Queensland. Previously to this, he worked as the Law Librarian and Liaison Librarian to the School of Law. He has worked in several other law libraries over the last 15 years.
Miranda Newell is a Digital Content Specialist at The University of Queensland Library. She has over 20 years experience in academic libraries, mostly working as a librarian and supporting a variety of subject areas including psychology, social work, tourism and paramedic science.
Susanne Schultz is the Law Librarian at the University of Southern Queensland. She has over 15 years of experience in an academic library environment, with the majority in the Law Librarian role.
Rachel Klesch is an Academic & Research Librarian at Charles Darwin University. Rachel has worked as a solicitor and librarian in court and academic libraries.
Rachel Ritchie is a Client Services Librarian at Southern Cross University. She has 20 years experience as a law librarian and tax researcher, and has worked in academic, corporate, parliamentary and public libraries. Rachel has also recently worked as a paralegal in a number of regional legal and conveyancing firms.
Michelle Bendall is the Scholarly Services Librarian – Law at Deakin University. Michelle has over 30 years experience as a law librarian working in Victorian court, academic and specialised law libraries.
Kat Lee is a Faculty Services Librarian at the University of Queensland. As well as working in academic libraries Kat has worked at the Supreme Court Library, Queensland as a librarian and educator in the Research and Education team.
Lisa Parker is a Lecturer in Law and PhD Candidate at the University of South Australia. Her teaching and research interests include criminal law and procedure, sentencing, evidence, constitutional law, and statutory interpretation. Lisa is admitted to practice as a barrister and solicitor of the Supreme Court of South Australia.
Sarah McQuillen is an Academic Librarian at the University of South Australia, where she supports the teaching and research activities of the Business, Creative and Law program areas. Sarah is a passionate educator with particular interest in the transformative power of knowledge and information literacy; most especially in online adult education.
Ash Barber is an Academic Librarian at the University of South Australia. Ash has worked in all areas of library services and systems and her current role supports the teaching and research activities of the Law, Business, and Creative schools. She also holds a number of roles in open education, including Co-Convenor: Australasian Open Educational Practice Special Interest Group.