Members of the Editorial Board are available to review material submitted for inclusion in the Australasian Parliamentary Review to ensure it meets academic standards in terms of originality, insight, clarity and rigour.

APR Editor

Professor Rodney Smith

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Members of the APR Editorial Board

Dr Peter Aimer, University of Auckland
Jennifer Aldred, Public and Regulatory Policy Consultant
Dr David Clune, University of Sydney
Dr Ken Coghill, Monash University
Professor Brian Costar, Swinburne University of Technology
Dr Jennifer Curtin, University of Auckland
Dr Gareth Griffith, New South Wales Parliamentary Library
Professor John Halligan, University of Canberra
Associate Professor Graham Hassall, Victoria University of Wellington
Dr Richard Herr, University of Tasmania
Dr Michael Hogan, University of Sydney
Professor Bryan Horrigan, Monash University
Professor Helen Irving, University of Sydney
Dr Rosemary Laing, Australian Senate
Dr Colleen Lewis, Adjunct Professor, Monash University
Dr Clement MacIntyre, University of Adelaide
Dr Isla Macphail, Parliament of Western Australia
Professor Raymond Miller, University of Auckland
Dr Harry Phillips, Parliament of Western Australia
Dr Stephen Redenbach, Parliament of Victoria
Dr Paul Reynolds, Parliament of Queensland
Kirsten Robinson, Parliament of Western Australia
Kevin Rozzoli, University of Sydney
Professor Cheryl Saunders, University of Melbourne
Emeritus Professor Marian Sawer, Australian National University
Professor Marian Simms, Deakin University
Dr Robyn Smith, Parliament of the Northern Territory
Dr Rodney Smith, University of Sydney
Dr David Solomon, former Queensland Integrity Commissioner
Dr Katrin Steinack, University of Melbourne
Dr Elaine Thompson, University of New South Wales (retired)
Wayne Tunnecliffe, Parliament of Victoria
Professor Anne Twomey, University of Sydney
Dr June Verrier (former Head of Australian Parliamentary Information and Research Services)
Professor George Williams, University of New South Wales