Dominique  Moritz

Dr Dominique Moritz

position: Associate Dean (Learning and Teaching)

department: School of Law and Society

Dr Dominique Moritz is a senior lecturer in law and leading researcher into children’s decision-making. Dominique holds a PhD in law. Her knowledge broadly encompasses criminal law, health law and regulatory concepts related to children. Her work is inter-disciplinary and reflects a collaborative approach drawing upon law, criminology, psychology and medicine. Dominique has 19 peer reviewed research publications and has contributed to collaborative research projects attracting almost $1 million in external grant funding. Dominique is the School of Law and Society’s Associate Dean (Learning and Teaching) at the University of the Sunshine Coast; is a member of the Sunshine Coast Health Institute; and is an adjunct member of the Sexual Violence Research and Prevention Unit.

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