Mary Quinn
Human Rights Scholar
Biography

Mary Quinn is an LLM candidate at NYU. As a Human Rights Scholar, she works with Professor Philip Alston on human rights and extreme poverty. Her research interests lie in the intersection of public law, human rights, development, international law and legal theory. Mary has worked in legal research on international law and human rights at Melbourne Law School and on water rights at the University of Oxford. She was previously an Editor of the Melbourne Journal of International Law, Assistant Editor of the Melbourne University Law Review and Secretary of Right Now: Human Rights in Australia.

Mary has expertise in public law and government policy, having worked as a crown solicitor and in law reform for the State of Victoria in Australia. She was also a legal clerk to Justice Tracey AM RFD of the Federal Court of Australia and the Defence Force Discipline Appeal Tribunal. She has been a Teaching Associate at Monash University and is a case reporter for the Federal Law Reports. Mary holds a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Laws with Honors from the University of Melbourne.

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