About Associate Professor Belinda Smith
Belinda's research interests include: Employment and industrial law; Work and family; Anti-discrimination law; Gender; Equality; Regulatory theory.
Associate Professor Belinda Smith researches primarily in the area of anti-discrimination law, gender equity, and work-family conflict. After working at the Australian Industrial Relations Commission and the Industrial Law Group of Blake Dawson Waldron, Belinda took up a teaching fellowship in the Law School at Columbia University in New York where she began her academic career and undertook a JSD.
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