BA/LLB (hons)(Macq), MSc (Oxon), DPhil (Oxon)
Dr Justine Rogers is Deputy Director of the Law Society of NSW Future of Law and Innovation in the Profession (FLIP) research stream as part of the Allens Hub for Technology, Law and Innovation at UNSW Law. From 2013-2018, she was a chief investigator in an Australian Research Council Linkage grant with the Professional Standards Councils on professionalism and professional regulation in the 21st Century. She researches in the areas of legal professionalism, ethics and regulation, and lawyers' wellbeing.
Justine is also a Senior Lecturer. She is the main educational designer of the course she teaches, Lawyers, Ethics & Justice, the core legal ethics course at UNSW Law. She also teaches one of the strands of jurisprudence, Theories of Law and Justice. In 2019, Justine was awarded a UNSW Award for Teaching Excellence in the design category.
Justine is a board member of the Australian Pro Bono Centre.
Justine completed her DPhil at the Centre for Socio-Legal Studies at the University of Oxford, which was an ethnographic study of London barristers and pupillage.
Justine holds an MSc in Educational Research Methodology from the University of Oxford.
2019: UNSW Award for Teaching Excellence (Design of programs)
My Research Supervision
Barbara Mescher (PhD candidate), Corporate Lawyers: A new model of legal ethics using the moral philosophies of Aristotle and Kant (PhD awarded 2021)
Tahlia Gordon (PhD candidate), A threat to the legal profession or more of the same?: an empirical evaluation of how law firm incorporation shapes professionalism.