Ms Elizabeth Keogh

Lecturer
BA LLB (Hons) GradDipLegPrac
+61 2 6125 7890
Room 2.104

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Biography

Elizabeth (Liz) Keogh has been employed as a lecturer at the ANU College of Law (School of Legal Practice) since January 2011.  She combines this role with work as a mediator and Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner.  She has previously worked as a solicitor in private practice, as a public servant and as a lobbyist representing the LGBTIQ community of Canberra.

Liz currently convenes Family Law Practice, an elective within the Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice program.  She has previously convened or taught into: Family Law; Lawyers, Justice and Ethics; and Community Law Clinical Program (all courses within the Bachelor of Laws and Juris Doctor programs).

Significant research publications

Elizabeth Keogh, Bruce Smyth and Alexander Masardo, 'Law Reform for Shared-Time Parenting After Separation: Reflections from Australia' (2018) 30 Singapore Academy of Law Journal 20 (forthcoming) 

Bruce Smyth, Wendy Bonython, Bryan Rodgers, Elizabeth Keogh, Richard Chisholm, Ross Butler, Robyn Parker, Matt Stubbs, Jeromey Temple and Maria Vnuk, 'Certifying Mediation: a study of section 60I certificates' (Working Paper No 2/2017, Centre for Social Research Methods, 2017)

 

Recent news

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Jan
2017
Liz Keogh
Good lawyering requires an awareness of, and honesty about, the limits of our knowledge
19
Oct
2012

Congratulations to Vivien Holmes, Alex Knight, Liz Keogh, Anne Macduff, Aliya Steed, Don Rothwell and Chris Trevitt, for securing the Vice-Chancellor's $10,000 teaching enhancement grants, making the College the recipient of the largest number of

13
Dec
2011
In the media

Liz Keogh, Anne Macduff and Aliya Steed  have been awarded a 2012 Teaching Enhancement Grant for their project "Teaching Law students to deal with emotion through authentic learning experiences."

Please note, only a small selection of recent publications and activities are listed below.

Grants

ANU Teaching Enhancement Grant "Teaching law students to deal with emotion through authentic learning experiences" 2011

Refereed journal articles

Elizabeth Keogh, Bruce Smyth and Alexander Masardo, 'Law Reform for Shared-Time Parenting After Separation: Reflections from Australia' (2018) 30 Singapore Academy of Law Journal 20 (forthcoming) 

Conference papers & presentations

Elizabeth Keogh, 'Making it real in a virtual world: teaching the affective dimension of legal practice through authentic client interaction' (Paper presented at Australian Professional Legal Education Council Conference, Hobart, November 2012)

Elizabeth Keogh, 'Promoting wellness by increasing competence in dealing with emotion' (Paper presented at National Wellness for Law Forum, Canberra, February 2015)

Commissioned reports

Bruce Smyth, Wendy Bonython, Bryan Rodgers, Elizabeth Keogh, Richard Chisholm, Ross Butler, Robyn Parker, Matt Stubbs, Jeromey Temple and Maria Vnuk, 'Certifying Mediation: a study of section 60I certificates' (Working Paper No 2/2017, Centre for Social Research Methods, 2017)

Government submissions

Good Process, Submission in response to ‘Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex People in the ACT: an issues paper’, public submission to ACT Government, 2003, 46 pages (co-author in collaboration with Belinda Edwards, Nerida Cole, Stephen Lawrence, Llewellyn Reynders, Jack Barlow and Amanda Nuttall)

Good Process, Submission to the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Family and Community Affairs Inquiry into child custody arrangements in the event of family separation, public submission to Commonwealth Government, 2003, 9 pages (primary author in collaboration with Belinda Edwards, Nerida Cole, Stephen Lawrence and Jack Barlow)

Other

Elizabeth Keogh, 'The practical implications of marriage inequality' (2015) 27 Legaldate 2

Current courses

Year Course code Course name
2018 LEGW8107
Class #1813
Family Law Practice
2018 LEGW8107
Class #5267
Family Law Practice
2018 LEGW8107
Class #9269
Family Law Practice

How my works connects with public policy

  • Good Process, Submission in response to ‘Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex People in the ACT: an issues paper’, public submission to ACT Government, 2003, 46 pages (co-author in collaboration with Belinda Edwards, Nerida Cole, Stephen Lawrence, Llewellyn Reynders, Jack Barlow and Amanda Nuttall)
  • Good Process, Submission to the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Family and Community Affairs Inquiry into child custody arrangements in the event of family separation, public submission to Commonwealth Government, 2003, 9 pages (primary author in collaboration with Belinda Edwards, Nerida Cole, Stephen Lawrence and Jack Barlow)

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