Chelsea Wallis

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Chelsea is a DPhil candidate (PRS) and Ramsay Scholar in the Faculty of Law at the University of Oxford. She completed the BCL with Distinction in 2021, receiving the faculty prize for best performance in Advanced Comparative Criminal Law. Chelsea serves on the Executive Committee of the Oxford Pro Bono Publico, as well as convening the Oxford Feminist Jurisprudence Discussion Group and Criminal Law Discussion Group. A former secondary school teacher, she has been published in the Journal of Law and Medicine, Frontiers of Socio-Legal Studies, Womankind, and The Turl. Alongside law, Chelsea is a writer, pursuing a MA (English) part-time and serving as Poetry Editor of the Oxford Public Philosophy journal

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The Hidden Pandemic of Domestic Abuse: Will Criminalising Coercive Control in Australia Protect the Most Vulnerable?

The Hidden Pandemic of Domestic Abuse: Will Criminalising Coercive Control in Australia Protect the Most Vulnerable?

Globally, organisations supporting survivors of domestic abuse have faced unparalleled challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic, with victims confronting escalations of violence while confined at home with perpetrators. Within ...