Communications and Events Coordinator
Nadine joined the ALRC in January 2020 as the Communications and Events Coordinator. In this role, Nadine coordinates the strategic communications for the Commission across a broad spectrum of digital and traditional mediums. Nadine also facilitates all ALRC events, both those that take place in person and in virtual environments. She is responsible for the design and delivery of ALRC reports and prior to her full-time appointment she worked with the ALRC on the design and typesetting of a number of reports.
During her time with the ALRC, Nadine has contributed to the following inquiries:
- Litigation Funding and Class Actions
- Family Law
- The Future of Law Reform
- Corporate Criminal Responsibility
- Religious Exemptions in Anti-discrimination Legislation
- Judicial Impartiality
- Financial Services Legislation
- Religious Educational Institutions and Anti-Discrimination Laws
Nadine has significant experience in marketing, communications, event management and graphic design within the legal sector, most recently at the Bar Association of Queensland and the University of Queensland School of Law. She holds a Bachelor of Arts (Internet Communications) from Curtin University and a Graduate Certificate in Business (PR) from QUT.
From Research Associate to New York
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Corporate Criminal Responsibility Podcast Series
In this podcast series you will hear from several members of the Australian Law Reform Commission team discussing key issues raised in the Corporate Criminal Responsibility Final Report.
Each of the short interviews will unpack the current landscape and the final recommendations made by the ALRC.