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Mary Crock has worked in the area of immigration and refugee law since 1985. She is Professor of Public Law in the University of Sydney’s Law School. Co-founder in 1989 of the specialist community legal service now known as Refugee Legal in Melbourne, Victoria, she has been recognised as an Accredited Specialist in Immigration Law since 1994. She has served on a variety of national, state and NGO bodies relating to immigration, refugees, disability and child protection. She has written extensively on issues related to immigration and refugee law, authoring 14 books and over 75 book chapters and refereed articles. Mary has had a research focus on the laws, policies and practices involving migrant children since 2004, working with Jacqueline Bhabha on the three-country Seeking Asylum Alone project and later on the Australian-based Small Mercies, Big Futures Project.

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