Two doctoral awards in Heritage Law
24 May 2010
From left to right: Dr Tim Stephens, Emeritus Professor Ben Boer, Louise Camenzuli, Georgina Lloyd and Professor Roland Fletcher
Sydney Law School continues its tradition of promoting heritage law research with the award of two doctorates in the field at the graduation ceremonies on Friday 21 May 2010.
Georgina Lloyd graduated Ph.D. for a thesis entitled "The Safeguarding of Intangible Cultural Heritage - Law and Policy: A case study of Angkor", supervised by Emeritus Professor Ben Boer of Sydney Law school and Professor Roland Fletcher of the Department of Archaeology, and head of the Greater Angkor Project, a multi-disciplinary research project initiated by the University of Sydney.
Georgina is currently completing a post-doctoral Endeavour Award program in Siem Reap, Cambodia.
Louise Camenzuli was awarded an S.J.D. for her thesis entitled "The Protection and Conservation of World Heritage Cultural Landscapes: a Nature-Culture Continuum" supervised by Professor Boer and Dr Tim Stephens, Senior Lecturer in Law.
Louise continues her work with law firm Corrs Chambers Westgarth as a Senior Associate in its Planning and Environment team.
Contact: Greg Sherington
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