- Dr Danielle Bozin
- Senior Lecturer
Faculty of Law,
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- Identifiers and profiles
Doctor of Philosophy (Griffith University), Bachelor of Laws (First Class Honours) (Queensland University of Technology), Bachelor of Business Communications (Queensland University of Technology)
- Professional memberships
- Compassion Informed Law Research Program
ILGG, international parental child abduction, Hague Child Abduction Convention, child rights, gender, international family law, relocation, parenting
Dr Danielle Bozin is a Senior Lecturer and researcher within the School of Law at QUT.
Danielle’s research is primarily concerned with examining the law’s effect on the mental and emotional health of those navigating the legal system.
Danielle’s principal research interests and publications have been in the field of international family law, with a particular emphasis on gender, child rights and transnational families. She has focused on examining the phenomenon of international parental child abduction and the unintended consequences flowing from the operation of the Hague Convention on Civil Aspects of International Parental Child Abduction. She is interested in exploring ways to lessen the impact of the anti-therapeutic outcomes produced by both the act of parental child abduction and the law and legal processes designed to address this international problem.
Danielle is also currently researching issues related to non-verbal behaviour and communication in both courtroom and alternative dispute resolution settings through the lens of therapeutic jurisprudence.
Units currently taught
- LLB103 Dispute Resolution
- LLB243 Family Law
- LLB142 Regulation of Business
- LLH305 Corporate Law
For publications by this staff member, visit QUT ePrints, the University's research repository.