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Lindsey Stevenson-Graf

Level 2, Building 4, Faculty of Law, Bond University

Professional biography

Lindsey completed a Juris Doctor degree at George Washington University in Washington, DC, and worked for several international organizations including the World Bank and The Organization of American States. Subsequently she focused her legal career on refugees, representing asylum seekers before US Federal agencies and Federal courts as a lawyer at the Capital Area Immigrants’ Rights Coalition, a Washington based Non-Government Organization (NGO). Lindsey has a strong interest in international human rights, in particular refugee rights and women’s rights.

Professional admissions

  • Maryland Bar
  • Admitted to the role of solicitors, December 2007, Supreme Court of New South Wales

Teaching expertise

Contemporary Issues in Law and Society
Clinical Legal Placement Seminar
Constitutional Law
Human Rights Law



  • Graduate Diploma in Law, Legal Profession Admissions Board
  • Master of Arts, George Washington University
  • Juris Doctor, George Washington University
  • Bachelor of Arts, University of New South Wales