Belinda Baker is a fellow of the Gilbert + Tobin Centre of Public Law at UNSW Law & Justice and a Deputy Senior Crown Prosecutor at the NSW ODPP. She currently specialises in criminal appeals, and frequently appears on behalf of the Crown in the Court of Criminal Appeal and on behalf of the Director of Public Prosecutions in judicial review applications in the Court of Appeal and Supreme Court. She also appears as junior counsel on behalf of the Crown in High Court appeals. Belinda has previously worked as a Solicitor Advocate in the NSW Crown Solicitor’s Office and as Counsel Assisting the New South Wales Solicitor General and Crown Advocate. She has also practiced as a barrister in private practice. In 2003, Belinda was awarded the Menzies Scholarship to Harvard University, where she completed her LLM in 2004. She has a particular interest in the intersection between criminal law and constitutional law.

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A Court should be Wary” Zhang v Commissioner of Police [2021] HCA 16