Lecturer in Law, University of Adelaide
Kellie Toole teaches Criminal Law and Procedure, Evidence Law and Advocacy at the University of Adelaide, having practiced criminal defence law in South Australia. Her main research interests are at the intersection of criminal law and human rights law. She has published in the areas of marital rape, defences to homicide in Victoria and the prosecution of domestic violence offences, and is completing a PhD entitled 'Who Is the Prosecutor?' which investigates the decision whether to proceed with criminal prosecutions in particular cases. She teaches and researches military disciplinary law through the Research Unit on Military Law and Ethics (RUMLAE).
May 26, 2023 14:49 pm UTC| Law
Australian public prosecutors are far less visible than defence lawyers, judges and police, yet they are the most powerful actors in the criminal justice system. Every Australian state and territory, and the...