Ms Michelle Edgely
Chair of Teaching and Learning, Lecturer - School of Law
Phone: +61 2 6773 2484
BCom LLB(Hons) LLM
M. Edgely, 'Truth or Justice? Double Jeopardy Reform for Queensland: Rights in Jeopardy' in G. Radha Kalyani (ed), Double Jeopardy: Emerging Issues (Amicus Books, 2008), 57-100.
M. Edgely, 'The Coalition Campaign: Unity & Stealth' in Andrew Fraser (ed), Electoral Wrath: the 1995 Queensland General Election, (Centre for Australian Public Sector Management,1997) 26-32.
Refereed Journal Articles (100% contribution unless otherwise specified)
M. Edgely, Addressing the Solution-Focused Sceptics: Moving Beyond Punitivity in the Sentencing of Drug-Addicted and Mentally Impaired Offenders, (2016) University of New South Wales Law Journal 39(1) 206-233.
M. Edgely, 'Why do Mental Health Courts Work? A Confluence of Treatment, Support and Adroit Judicial Supervision' (2014) 37 International Journal of Law & Psychiatry 572-580.
M. Edgely, 'Solution-focused Court Programs for Mentally Impaired Offenders: What Works?' (2013) 22 Journal of Judicial Administration 207-223.
M. Edgely & E. Marchetti, 'Women who Kill Their Abusers: How Queensland's New Abusive Relationships Defence Continues to Ignore Reality' (2011) 13 Flinders Law Review 125-176.
M. Edgely, 'Criminals and (Second-Class) Citizenship: 21st Century Attainder?' (2010) 19(3) Griffith Law Review 403-437.
M. Edgely, 'Common Law Sentencing of Mentally Impaired Offenders in Australian Courts: A Call for Coherence & Consistency' (2009) 6(2) Psychiatry, Psychology & Law 240-261.
M. Edgely, 'Preventing crime or punishing propensities? A purposive examination of the preventative detention of sex offenders in Queensland and Western Australia' (2007) 7(1) University of Western Australia Law Review 351-386.
M. Edgely, 'Truth or Justice? Double jeopardy reform for Queensland: Rights in jeopardy' (2007) 7(1) QUT Law & Justice Journal 108-13.
M. Edgely, 'What are the barriers to effectively mainstreaming therapeutic jurisprudence for mentally impaired offenders? Views from three Australian states' (paper presented at 34th International Congress on Law & Mental Health, Vienna, July 2015).
M. Edgely, 'Two Models of Mainstreaming Therapeutic Jurisprudence for Mentally Impaired Offenders: A Tale of Two Cities' (Paper presented at 8th Annual Australian & New Zealand Critical Criminology Conference, Melbourne, December 2014).
M. Edgely, 'Mainstreaming therapeutic jurisprudence for mentally impaired offenders: Can the challenges be overcome?' (Paper presented at 34th Annual Australian & New Zealand Association of Psychiatry, Psychology & Law Congress, Sydney, November 2014).
M. Edgely, 'Transforming the Judiciary: Can Judges Learn Therapeutic Jurisprudence?' (Paper presented at Southern Criminal Justice Association Conference, Florida, September 2014).
M. Edgely, 'Mentally Impaired Offenders: Does Therapeutic Jurisprudence Require Special Courts?' (Paper presented at 32nd International Congress on Law & Mental Health, Berlin, July 2011).
M. Edgely, 'Prisoners and (Second Class) Citizenship: 21st Century Attainder?' (Paper presented at Law and Society Association of Australia and New Zealand Conference, Wellington NZ, Dec. 2010).
- Therapeutic Jurisprudence in the Mainstream Advisory Group
- Australia and New Zealand Association of Psychiatry, Psychology and Law
- Australia and New Zealand Society of Criminology
- Australian Institute of Judicial Administration
- Law and Justice Institute (Qld)