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Lucy Geddes is an Australian human rights lawyer who has worked on issues relating to access to justice for over 10 years in Victoria, NSW, South Africa, England, the Netherlands and Sri Lanka. She currently leads the Public Interest Advocacy’s Asylum Seeker Rights Project and is a teaching fellow at the University of New South Wales. Previously, Lucy was the Head of Legal Action Worldwide’s Sri Lanka office. Lucy has worked at Victoria Legal Aid, in private practice in NSW, and completed clerkships with Chief Justice Mogoeng of the Constitutional Court of South Africa and Justice Tarfusser of the International Criminal Court. Lucy was awarded best overall performance in her MSc in Women, Peace and Security at the London School of Economics, which she completed as a Lionel Murphy Scholar.

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