Ms Sally Kennedy is a PhD Candidate in Criminology at Deakin University (Victoria, Australia). Her broad research interests include transnational justice administration, the relationship between international obligations and national courts, jurisdiction, territorial sovereignty, fairness for the accused, and comparative legal analysis. Her current research involves a legal case analysis of extradition procedures within Australia, Canada and the United States to illustrate issues reconciling an international agreement under existing domestic legislation. Her previous research involved an examination of the relationship between transnational online offending, extradition, autism, and the reluctance of national courts to shift the trial forum.
Southern Criminology, Law and the ‘Right’ to Consular Notification in Australia, New Zealand and the United States
Vol. 7 No. 4 (2018)