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Kate Galloway

Kate GallowayKate Galloway is a Queensland legal academic who thinks and writes about land law, technology, and social and environmental sustainability. She has a particular interest in the way in which the law affects justice for women, and for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians. As well as publishing and speaking both in Australia and internationally, Kate is a regular blogger and commentator in Australian online media. She is presently associate professor of law at Griffith Law School. She is on twitter as @katgallow and on the web at https://kategalloway.net/

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