Associate Professor Anna Cody is Director of Kingsford Legal Centre, a community legal centre which is part of the University of New South Wales Law Faculty. She has taught at Kingsford Legal Centre for over 15 years. In 2007 Anna Cody won the NSW Women Lawyers achievement award in the government/community lawyer section and in 2009 the UNSW Vice-chancellor’s Award for Teaching Excellence. Anna Cody comes to the Faculty having worked in international human rights advocacy with the Center for Economic and Social Rights in New York developing their program on the right to health.  Anna also has experience in the areas of law and development, specifically in East Timor and Indonesia.  She also worked with Indigenous women in Alice Springs establishing a domestic violence service, and in community legal education in El Salvador, educating women on their legal rights within a human rights framework.

Her current areas of research are clinical legal education, human rights and community development.

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Posts by Anna:

Racial vilification – experiences from the frontline

Indigenous people in gaol – what needs to change