Elizabeth Greene holds a Bachelor of Laws (University of Queensland) and is admitted as a barrister in the Supreme Court of Queensland. She practised in the field of criminal law, and worked for the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (ODPP) prior to commencing at Bond University in 2003. Elizabeth's interest in criminal law is particularly focussed on the sentencing and treatment of dangerous offenders, and she is undertaking her doctorate in this area.
Elizabeth has tutored in a variety of subjects while at Bond University, including Criminal Law, Evidence Law and Land Law. Elizabeth currently co-ordinates, lectures and tutors in both Criminal Law A and B.
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