Megan  Gollop

Dr Megan Gollop

qualifications: BSc(Hons), MEd, PhD

position: Deputy Director and Senior Research Fellow

department: Children’s Issues Centre, Faculty of Law

Dr Megan Gollop is the Deputy Director and a Senior Research Fellow at the Children’s Issues Centre, at the University of Otago in Dunedin, Aotearoa New Zealand. She has a background in psychology and counselling and her work focuses on the rights and well-being of children and families with relevance to policy and practice. Megan predominately conducts applied socio-legal research with children, parents and professionals in the area of family law on topics such as parental separation and divorce, relationship property division, children’s care and contact arrangements, and post-separation parenting. She also has a strong interest in family members’ digital media use; and children and young people’s rights, voice and participation. She was the editor of Childrenz Issues, the journal of the Children’s Issues Centre for six years.

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