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Sarah Biddulph

Ph.D. –Law, Melbourne University, Australia – 2005
LL.B. – University of Sydney, Australia – 1984
B.A. – Chinese Language and History- University of Sydney – 1983

Dr. Biddulph is an Associate Professor and Reader and Associate Director – China, Asian Law Centre at the Law School at the University of Melbourne. She worked as a lawyer in Shanghai with the Australian law firm Blake Dawson Waldron between 1998 and 2001.

She teaches and researches in the area of Chinese law. Her work has focused on contemporary Chinese administrative law, criminal procedure, labour, comparative law and the law regulating social and economic rights. Her recent publications include: Legal Reform and Administrative Detention Powers in China, Cambridge University Press, 2007 and she was co-editor of Examining Practice Interrogating Theory: Comparative Legal Studies in Asia, Brill, 2008.

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