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Hodgson dean of law school

The University of Notre Dame has appointed Professor Douglas Hodgson as dean of the school of law at the university’s Fremantle campus. Hodgson did a Bachelor of Laws at York University before completing a Master of Laws at the University of London. He worked as a crown prosecutor in Ontario, Canada, before teaching law at Monash University and Victoria University in Wellington, New Zealand. In 1986, he joined the Faculty of Law at the University of Western Australia where he was sub-dean (students), as a legal representative of the Human Research Ethics Committee and as a member of the International Humanitarian Law Committee of the Australia Red Cross. Hodgson has published four books and numerous articles in peer-reviewed international law journals on the human right to education, human rights/duties discourse, the protection of the international human rights of children, and causation problems in the civil law context.

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