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Ms Jenny Richards

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20052018

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Research Biography

Jenny joined Flinders Law in 1996 after working at Adelaide Law School for ten years. She has taught a wide range of topics over the years but her heart remains with criminal law and family law, and in particular with law reform and the integration of criminal law and human service law.

She researches primarily on family violence and holistic interdisciplinary responses to it.

Jenny is part time at the Law School as she is also a Senior Associate at Old Port Chambers in Port Adelaide. She practises in criminal law.

Jenny has previously lectured at UniSA teaching law to social work and social science students and worked at their Research and Education Unit on Gendered Violence on police responses to family violence. She serves on the Management Committee of the Centre for Crime Policy and Research at Flinders University and is also a Collaborator at the Research Unit for the Study of Society, Law and Religion at Adelaide Law School.

Jenny's current research project is Hossein Esmaeili, Jenny Richards, Marinella Marmo, Lana Zannettino “Family Violence Among Afghan Refugee and Asylum Seeker Women in South Australia: Improving Engagement with the Criminal Justice System” (Law Foundation of SA Grant No A551-9.18, $25,601).

Research Interests

  • criminal law reform and practice
  • theology, legal ethics and legal theory,
  • family violence and child protection
  • the relationship between law and human services.

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Research Output

Complicity: Current Developments and Future Directions

Richards, J., 2018. 16 p.

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  • Just Attribution of Criminal Liability: Consideration of Extended Joint Criminal Enterprise Post-Miller

    Richards, J. & McNamara, L., 2018, In : Criminal Law Journal. 42, 6, p. 372-386 15 p.

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    Integrating Human Service Law, Ethics and Practice: Fourth Edition

    Kennedy, R., Richards, J. & Leiman, T., 2016, 4th ed. South Melbourne: Oxford University Press. 342 p.

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