Recent Publications by Associate Professor Fiona Kelly

Fiona Kelly La Trobe Law

Recently, La Trobe Law School’s Associate Professor Fiona Kelly published two academic articles entitled, “The family law implications of early contact between sperm donors and their donor offspring” and “The court process is slow but biology is fast’: Assessing the… Continue Reading

Associate Professor Fiona Kelly mentioned in The Courier Mail

Fiona Kelly La Trobe Law

La Trobe Law Associate Professor Fiona Kelly, appeared in The Courier Mail newspaper on 6 November 2016 in an article titled ‘Mums go online to track men who donated sperm‘. In the article, Associate Professor Fiona Kelly commented on the… Continue Reading

Associate Professor Fiona Kelly speaks at the Law Council of Australia’s National Family Law Conference

Associate Professor Fiona Kelly was an invited speaker at the Law Council of Australia’s National Family Law Conference at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre on 19 October. In a presentation titled “Parenting Disputes of the Future?”, Fiona discussed the… Continue Reading

Stolen Lives: The Need to Recognise International Parental Child Abduction as a Stand-Alone Crime

Renata Romeo La Trobe Law School

By Renata Romeo The story of Sally Faulkner, the Brisbane mother at the centre of the botched attempt to recover her two children, Lahela, 5 and Noah, 3 from a bus stop in downtown Beirut, highlights the futile predicament parents… Continue Reading

Hannah Robert Appears on ‘Is Nothing Sacred? on Joy 94.9

Hannah Roberts La Trobe Law School

Last month, La Trobe Law School lecturer Hannah Robert appeared on an episode of Is Nothing Sacred?, airing on Joy FM radio station. In ‘College Girls’, five La Trobe University PhD students summarised the subjects of their thesis and answered questions… Continue Reading

Hannah Robert at the 2015 Australia and New Zealand Law and History Society Conference

Hannah Roberts La Trobe Law School

La Trobe Law School Lecturer, Hannah Robert will give a paper at the Australia and New Zealand Law and History Society Conference 2015 this week, which is hosted at the University of Adelaide Law School. Hannah Robert will present a paper titled ‘A Tale of Two… Continue Reading