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Miranda Kaye

Biography

Miranda Kaye joins the Faculty in 2017 as a Senior Lecturer having taught Family Law here for the past 3 years. 

Miranda studied law at Cambridge and Oxford universities before working at the Law Commission of England & Wales in their family law team.  She qualified as a solicitor and practised Family law in London.  Miranda then came to Australia and taught in the Faculty of Law at the University of Sydney.  After a career break, Miranda joined UTS as a Research Associate and Family law lecturer in 2013.

Miranda's main area of expertise is Family law. In particular she is interested in the intersections of criminal law and family law and health law and family law. Miranda also has teaching expertise in health law.

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Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Law
Law, Law
 
Phone
+61 2 9514 3296

Research Interests

  • Family Court processes
  • Mental health in the Family Court
  • Complementary medicine and the law
  • Family Law
  • Ethics, Law & Justice
  • Health Law

Journal articles

Sibbritt, D., Millbank, J., Stuhmcke, A., Kaye, M., Karpin, I. & Wardle, J. 2016, 'The failure of contemporary law and regulation to keep pace with growing complementary medicine (CM) use: The significance of examining 'hidden' gaps in Australia's current regulatory and legislative infrastructure', Advances in Integrative Medicine, vol. 3, no. 2, pp. 43-44.
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Sibbritt, J... 2016, 'Sibbritt, D., Millbank, J., Stuhmcke, A., Kaye, M., Karpin, I. & Wardle, J. 2016, 'The failure of contemporary law and regulation to keep pace with growing complementary medicine (CM) use: The significance of examining 'hidden' gaps in Australia's current regulatory and legislative infrastructure', Advances in Integrative Medicine, vol. 3, no. 2, pp. 43-44.'.
Kaye, M., Stubbs, J. & Tolmie, J. 2003, 'Domestic Violence and Child Contact Arrangements', Australian Journal of Family Law, vol. 17, pp. 93-133.
Kaye, M. 1999, 'The Hague convention and the flight from domestic violence: how women and children are being returned by coach and four', International Journal of Law, Policy and the Family, vol. 13, no. 2, pp. 191-212.
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Kaye, M.H. 1998, 'Father's rights groups in Australia and their engagement with issues in family law', Australian journal of family law, vol. 12, no. 1, pp. 19-67.
Kaye, M.H. 1998, ''Lollies at a children's party' and other Myths: Violence, Protection orders and fathers' rights groups', Current Issues in Criminal Justice -Sydney-, vol. 10, no. 1, pp. 52-72.
Kaye, M.H. 1998, 'Discoursing Dads: The Rhetorical Devices of Fathers' Rights Groups', Melbourne University Law Review, vol. 22, no. 1, pp. 162-194.
Kaye, M. 1997, 'Equity's treatment of sexually transmitted debt', Feminist Legal Studies, vol. 5, no. 1, pp. 35-55.
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Kaye, M. 1997, 'Excessive Force in Self-Defence after R v Clegg', The Journal of Criminal Law, vol. 61, no. 4, pp. 448-457.
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Humphreys, C. & Kaye, M. 1997, 'Third-party applications for protection orders: Opportunities, ambiguities and traps', Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, vol. 19, no. 4, pp. 403-421.
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Kaye, M.H. 1996, 'Domestic violence, residence and contact', Child and Family Law Quarterly, vol. 8, no. 4, pp. 285-296.