Tony Bogdanoski


Profile


Degrees

BA Communications (Journalism), LLB (Hons) UTS GradDipLegalPrac College of Law LLM Sydney


Courses Taught

Legal Research (UG and JD)


Areas of Interest

  • Health and medical law
  • Human rights
  • Disability and discrimination law
  • Family and child law


Brief Biographical Detail

Tony Bogdanoski is an Adjunct Associate Lecturer in the Faculty of Law. From 2011-2012, Tony was a Postgraduate Fellow in the Faculty teaching (convening and co-convening) the undergraduate and JD students the compulsory Legal Research unit, which he continues to teach. He is currently undertaking an APA-funded PhD at the Sydney Law School under the supervision of Professor Cameron Stewart and Associate Professor Kristin Savell. He has a Bachelor of Arts in Communications (Journalism) and a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Technology Sydney, as well as a Master of Laws from the University of Sydney, for which he received the Nancy Gordon Smith Memorial Prize as most proficient Masters candidate. He has previously worked at the Welfare Rights Centre and the Disability Discrimination Legal Centre and has published widely in his areas of research interest: health and medical law, human rights, disability law, family and child law, and animal law.

Publications

Refereed Journal Articles | Peer-Reviewing



Refereed Journal Articles


Peer-Reviewing

  • Peer Reviewer, Health Policy (2009-date)