Professor of Public Policy and Law
Other degrees: BA (UNSW), LLB (UNSW), PhD (Griffith)
A.J. is one of Australia’s foremost scholars in transparency and governance. He is widely recognised for his research in public policy, administration and accountability, and constitutional and administrative law. His research has had a major impact on the design of public integrity systems and whistleblowing law reform around Australia and internationally, as well as on the political culture and practice of Australian federal reform.
- Member of the Board of Directors of Transparency International Australia and Fellow of the Australian Academy of Law.
- His biography, Michael Kirby: Paradoxes & Principles, was a finalist for the Walkley Book Award, National Biography Award and Prime Minister’s Literary Award.
- He was a delegate to the Australia 2020 Summit and a member of the Commonwealth Expert Panel on Constitutional Recognition of Local Government.