Amelia Loughland

Amelia is a graduate lawyer at Herbert Smith Freehills Sydney and was formerly a researcher at the Judicial Commission of NSW and 9 Selborne Chambers. She graduated from the University of New South Wales in 2019 with first class Honours in Law and an Arts degree with Distinction. She was also recently appointed a fellow of the Gilbert + Tobin Centre for Public Law.

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Gendered interruption: a universal problem?

Gendered interruption: a universal problem?

Professor Tonja Jacobi and Dylan Schweers published a study in 2017 which found that interruption rates in the United States Supreme Court were highly ideological, in that conservative judges interrupted their liberal colleagues more ...