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Researcher biography

Teach and Research in Property Law, Native Title, Indigenous Issues and Comparative Indigenous Laws.

Prior to commencing an academic career Margaret Stephenson practised as a solicitor in Property Law in Brisbane. Margaret currently teaches in the areas of Property Law, Native Title and Comparative Indigenous Legal Issues. Her teaching experience has also ranged over the following areas: Contract Law, International Law and Introduction to Law. Margaret has developed and taught a number of courses on native title and indigenous rights both at undergraduate and postgraduate level, including a postgraduate Comparative Indigenous Masters On-Line course. In 2001 Margaret Stephenson was Visiting Professor at Indiana University School of Law, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA. Margaret's research interests include real property law, native title and comparative indigenous rights and she has published and delivered conference papers, both nationally and internationally, in these areas. She has compiled and edited three books, Mabo: A Judicial Revolution, Mabo: The Native Title Legislation and Australia Republic or Monarchy, and is a co-author of Land Law.

Featured projects Duration
Indigenous land rights
The University of Queensland
20162017