Mr Andrew Henderson
Mr Andrew Henderson


Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Law

Degree type

Higher Degree Research

Research project topic

Effect of law school's implicit curriculum

PhD Candidate

Research project

The effect of law school's implicit curriculum on law students' perceptions of life after law school

Andrew Henderson was a legal practitioner in Perth working in commercial litigation before becoming the Research Assistant to the Chief Justice of Western Australia. He went on to join the Commonwealth Attorney-General’s Department where he worked in a range of roles including in regulation of the legal profession, Commonwealth legal services, territories, the administration of Commonwealth courts and as Official Receiver in bankruptcy for Western Australia.

Andrew left practice to train as a teacher. He is passionate about legal education. He has used his professional experience and training to design and deliver a range of engaging and practical experiences for law students at The Australian National University College of Law.

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