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Ms Sarah McKibbin

Ms Sarah McKibbin
Name Sarah McKibbin
Position Lecturer (Law)
Section School of Law and Justice
Office Q439
Location Toowoomba Campus
Phone +61 7 4687 5668
Extension 5668
Email
Qualifications LLB(Hons) USQ , GDipLegPrac ANU

Professional memberships
Member of the Selden Society – Australian Chapter
Associate member of the Society of Legal Scholars

Currently teaching courses/programs
LAW8718 International Family Law
LAW1112 Legal Writing and Research
LAW5112 Advanced Legal Writing and Research
LAW3463 Private International Law

Teaching experience(Tertiary)
4 Years

Administrative responsibilities
Learning and Teaching Forum, School of Law and Justice
Research and Research Training Forum, School of Law and Justice
Research Seminar Series co-ordinator, School of Law and Justice (2019)

Research most recent
'The Proposed Hague Judgments Convention in Australian Law' (2019) 47 Federal Law Review (forthcoming, accepted 4 Nov 2018) (with Michael Douglas, Mary Keyes and Reid Mortensen)

'Submission to the Attorney-General’s Department, The Hague Conference Judgments Project: Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments Public Consultation Paper' (Mar 2018) (with Michael Douglas, Mary Keyes and Reid Mortensen)



Publications in ePrints

McKibbin, Sarah and Douglas, Michael and Keyes, Mary and Mortensen, Reid (2018) Joint submission to the Attorney-General’s Department on the Hague Conference Judgments Project: recognition and enforcement of Foreign Judgments Public Consultation Paper (March 2018). Government Report. Attorney-General's Department , Australia. [Report]

Sarah McKibbin is a Lecturer (Law) in the School of Law and Justice and a PhD candidate at the University of Southern Queensland. Sarah's research interests include private international law, comparative law, legal history, and legal writing. She has taught in legal writing and private international law. She will be teaching International Family Law in semester 1, 2019. Sarah is undertaking a PhD in private international law under the supervision of Professor Reid Mortensen and Dr Vito Breda. It is due for submission in April 2019. The thesis title is: 'Public Policy in Private International Law: Past Practice and Future Directions'. The thesis examines the history of public policy at common law, its extension to private international law, and what the future holds for the doctrine.