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Doris Bozin is a Clinical Assistant Professor in Law at the University of Canberra. She has practical experience as a legal and dispute resolution practitioner, both in the public and private organisations. As an academic she has experience in teaching at both undergraduate and postgraduate level in a wide range of law subjects. She has also contributed to the development of work integrated learning programs within the University of Canberra law and justice degrees.
Doris’s research areas of expertise include the impact of privatising civil dispute resolution processes on the Australian legal and justice system, and the value of interdisciplinary problem-based learning in legal education. Doris has disseminated the results of her research in international and domestic conferences, and academic journals. Doris approach is to apply an epistemological paradigm to expand her research contribution in these areas. Doris welcomes international and national research collaborations in these areas.
Admitted to ACT and New South Wales Supreme Courts, ACT Law Society
Accrediated Mediator, Resolution Institute
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article
Research output: A Conference proceeding or a Chapter in Book › Chapter in text book