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Professor Jenny Morgan

I still think there’s a big struggle around women’s equality, for all women, but lots of people are doing work to contribute to end that inequality. And recognition of that is important as it allows an opportunity to celebrate achievement as well

Professor Jenny Morgan

Law Academic

Specialty Areas

About Me

Jenny has researched and written about equality, sexual harassment, sexual assault, the provocation defence and media coverage of violence against women. She has worked with VicHealth for many years on their violence-against-women research program. She has been a Commissioner with the Australian Law Reform Commission and a consultant to the Victorian Law Reform Commission, and was an inaugural director of the Sentencing Advisory Council.

She has been extensively published over the last 15 years across numerous books and journal titles. Jenny remarks, “I still think there’s a big struggle around women’s equality, for all women, but lots of people are doing work to contribute to end that inequality. And recognition of that is important as it allows an opportunity to celebrate achievement as well.”

Jenny Morgan is Dean of the Melbourne Law School in 2017 where she is a Professor and was Deputy Dean from 2003 to 2007.

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