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Marc Trabsky

Marc Trabsky

Marc Trabsky is a Lecturer at La Trobe Law School. He writes in the intersections of legal theory, history and aesthetics. His research examines a history of legal institutions and techniques of jurisdiction in the 19th and 20th centuries. Marc has published papers on the office of coroner in the Griffith Law Review and Spaces of Justice (forthcoming), the regulation of slaughterhouses in the Australian Feminist Law Journal and Law and the Question of the Animal and co-edited a special issue of the Griffith Law Review on ‘Law and Its Accidents’. He is currently completing a doctoral thesis at the Melbourne Law School on 'Voices of the Dead: Law, Office and the Coroner'. Marc is also the Editor of the socio-legal studies journal Law in Context, which is published by Federation Press.


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