Megan Davis

Professor Megan Davis
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University of New South Wales

Other degrees: BA (UQ), LLB (UQ)

Fascinated by politics and international affairs, a photograph of the UN General Assembly adorned Megan's wall growing up. Now a respected international lawyer and academic, she works with the United Nations on issues affecting Indigenous peoples globally.

  • Director of the Indigenous Law Centre at the University of New South Wales.
  • Fellow of the Australian Academy of Law.
  • She is the first Australian Indigenous woman elected to a United Nations body.
  • Has served as an expert member of the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues and as a Rapporteur on issues relating to Indigenous women and youth.

Megan Davis

GDLP '00
LLM '03
PhD '11
Years at ANU
2000 to 2011

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