Sarah MouldsEditor | Australasian Parliamentary Review
Dr Sarah Moulds is a senior lecturer in law at the University of South Australia, member of the South Australian Chapter of the Australasian Study of Parliament Group, and an Executive Member of the International Parliamentary Engagement Network. Sarah is passionate about parliaments and connecting citizens and communities with law makers. Sarah's PhD Thesis, which was published as Committees of Influence: Parliamentary Rights Scrutiny and Counter-Terrorism Lawmaking in Australia (Springer) in 2020, was awarded the University of Adelaide's 2018 Doctoral Research Medal. Sarah is also also a member of the Human Rights Advisory Panel for the Queensland Parliament and hold a Masters of Comparative Law, Bachelor of Laws (Hons) and Bachelor of International Studies. Sarah's research has been informed by direct experience in parliamentary law making and legislative development in government and non-government roles, including seven years at the Law Council of Australia and more recently at the South Australian Law Reform Institute.