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Dr Christopher Reynolds is a lawyer with a PhD and postgraduate qualifications in public health and the author of 2 previous books on public health law. He is an adjunct senior lecturer in law at Flinders University and has taught public health law at Melbourne, Latrobe and Adelaide Universities and at the Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education.

He has also advised the Commonwealth and States on public health law and policy, including in the areas of tobacco control, HIV, drug policy and pollution regulation and has been extensively involved in the development of new public health law in a number of States.

He has been an advisor to the SA Environment Protection Authority, was an inaugural Food Standards Australia New Zealand scientific fellow and in 2010 was a member of the national inquiry into food labelling.

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