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Dr Georgina Dimopoulos


Senior Lecturer in Law and Researcher, Centre for Children and Young People, Southern Cross University, Australia



Dr Georgina Dimopoulos is a socio-legal researcher, an academic and an Australian lawyer who has worked across the higher education sector, government, courts, commercial legal practice and community organisations. She is experienced in legal and policy evaluation, and doctrinal, qualitative and empirical research, in the areas of family law, children’s rights, privacy and family violence. She is a Senior Lecturer in Law and a Researcher in the Centre for Children and Young People at Southern Cross University and holds a PhD from Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne.



Decisional Privacy and the Rights of the Child (Routledge, 2022)

‘The Australian Family Courts' Assessment of COVID-19 Risks to Children in Post-Separation Parenting Disputes' (2022) 34(2) Child and Family Law Quarterly 169

'A Theory of Children's Decisional Privacy' (2021) 41(3) Legal Studies 430

‘Rethinking Re Kelvin: A Children’s Rights Perspective on the “Greatest Advancement in Transgender Rights” for Australian Children’ (2021) 44(2) University of New South Wales Law Journal 637


Children's rights, family law, privacy, family violence
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