Professor Anne Wallace
Head of School
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- 2012 - PhD (University of Sydney)
- 2011 - Associated Certificate of Applied Management (Australian School of Applied Management)
- 2002 - LLM (University of Melbourne)
- 2008 - Graduate Certificate (Higher Education) (University of Canberra)
- 1981 - LLB (University of Tasmania)
- Council of Australian Law Deans
- Australasian Institute of Judicial Administration
- International Association for Court Administration
- Australian Law Teachers Association
- National Judicial College of Australia’s Indigenous Issues Committee
- Editorial board for the International Journal for Court Administration
- 2010 - Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Research Excellence for an Early Career Researcher: Humanities and Creative Arts (University of Canberra)
- 2008 - Deans Award for Excellence, Faculty of Education, Graduate Certificate in Higher Education (University of Canberra)
Anne researches in the areas of judicial and court administration. She has specialised in the study of the impact of information and communications technology on justice processes, as well as exploring aspects of court management and the interactions between courts and their users, in relation to issues of privacy and court safety. Her current areas of research include the use of videoconferencing to take evidence, and the impact of social media and mobile technologies on court operations and proceedings.
Recent research grants
- 2010 – current, University of Canberra, Faculty of Law, ‘Court Administrators Around the World – A Developing Role’
- 2008-2010, Australian Research Council Linkage ‘Fortress or Sanctuary – Enhancing court safety by managing people, places and processes’ (Chief Investigator)
- 2006-2007, University of Canberra, Governance Research Group, ‘Technology & Terrorism’
- 2005 – 2007, Australian Research Council Linkage grant ‘Juries and Interactive Visual Evidence’ (Chief Investigator)
- Wallace, A., (2006). 'Australia' in 'Australia and Singapore: Two E-Justice Benchmarks' in Technologie per la Giustizia, Research Institute on Judicial Systems, University of Bologna, Italy (revised edition in Italian).
- Wallace, A., (2005). ‘Australia’ in ‘Australia and Singapore: Two E-Justice Benchmarks’, in Technology for Justice, Research Institute on Judicial Systems, University of Bologna, Italy (In English).
- Wallace, A., (2008). ‘eJustice: An Australian Perspective’ in E-justice: Information and Communications Technology in the Court System, Idea Group.
Refereed journal articles
- Mack, K., Roach-Anleu, S., & Wallace, A. (2011). ‘Everyday work in the magistrates courts: Time and tasks’, 21 (1) Journal of Judicial Administration 34.
- Wallace, A. & Lister, L.(2011). ‘Accessing the Courts’. 10(2) Canberra Law Review 30.
- Rowden, E., Wallace, E. & Goodman-Delahunty, J., (2010). ‘Sentencing by Videolink – Up in the Air?’ 34(6) Criminal Law Journal 363.
- Wallace, A. (2000). ‘Courts on-line: Public Access to the Electronic Court Record’ 10(2) Journal of Judicial Administration 94.
- Wallace, A. (2008). ‘Virtual Justice in the Bush: The Use of Court Technology in Remote and Regional Australia’. Journal of Law and Information Science 2.
- Wallace, A., (1999) ‘The Challenge of Information Technology in Australian Courts’ 9(1). Journal of Judicial Administration 8.
- Wallace, A., & Rowden, E. (2009). ‘Gateways to Justice: The Use of Videoconferencing Technology to Take Evidence in Australian Courts ‘in Proceedings of the 9th European Conference on e-Government, London, UK: Academic Publishing International.
- Mack, K., Wallace, A., & Roach-Anleu, S., (2010). Judicial Officers and Workload Allocation (Flinders University Judicial Research Project).