• The University of Western Australia (M253), 35 Stirling Highway,

    6009 Perth


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Personal profile


Dr. Jade Lindley joined the UWA Law School in 2016 having previously worked in research within state and federal government including the Corruption and Crime Commission and the Australian Institute of Criminology. Jade periodically consults to various bodies of the United Nations and presented at the twenty-fifth session of the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice in Vienna in 2016. Jade was awarded her PhD from the Australian National University, and was a visiting scholar at the University of Cambridge Institute of Criminology.

Roles and responsibilities

UWA Oceans Institute Theme Leader: Maritine Security, Safety and Defence

Course Coordinator Master of International Law

Funding overview


* 'Leveraging the Indonesia-Australia Joint Declaration on Maritime Cooperation' UWA Research Income Growth Grant, (with Dr Julian Clifton, Prof Malcolm McCulloch and Prof Erika Techera) $19,910

* UWA Law School Teaching and Research Nexus Grant (with Professor Natalie Skead) $2,500

* UWA Law School Research Development Grant $2,750

* 'Over-representation of Aboriginal Persons in Police Custody and Diversionary Alternatives', Western Australia Police (with Professor Harry Blagg, Dr Tamara Tulich and Dr Joseph Clare) $133,600

Teaching overview

LAWS1111 Law, Conflict and Change

LAWS2223 Criminal Justice Systems (new in 2019)

LAWS3316 Law, Advocacy and Change

LAWS5227 Foundations of Law and Governance

LAWS5225 Theory, Method and Contemporary Issues of International Law


Jade's research interests include transnational organized crime, regulation, terrorism and international law.

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Projects 2017 2019

Research Output 2008 2019

Extreme human behaviours affecting marine resources and industries

Lindley, J., Webster, DG. & Techera, E., 2019, Marine Extremes: Ocean Safety, Marine Health and the Blue Economy. Techera, E. & Winter, G. (eds.). 1 ed. Routledge, p. 179-196

Research output: Chapter in Book/Conference paperChapter

Illegal Fishing and Australian Security

Lindley, J., Percy, S. & Techera, E., 2 Jan 2019, In : Australian Journal of International Affairs. p. 82-99

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

natural resources
natural resource

Sustainably sourced seafood: A criminological approach to reduce demand for illegal seafood supply

Lindley, J., 2019, Sustainability and Humanities. Leal Filho, W. & Consorte-McCrea, A. (eds.). Switzerland: Springer, p. 407-420

Research output: Chapter in Book/Conference paperChapter

crime prevention
purchasing power

Motivators for IUU Fishing in the Indo-Pacific

Lindley, J. & Techera, E., 2 Oct 2018, Transnational Crime: European and Chinese Perspectives. Mitsilegas, V., Hufnagel, S., Moiseienko, A., Yanan, S. & Mingxiang, L. (eds.). Routledge, p. 235-251 (The Queen Mary-Renmin series on comparative criminal justice issues).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Conference paperChapter

Press / Media

What happened when the Coffin Cheaters and Finks bikies declared war

Jade Lindley


1 media contribution

Press/Media: Press / Media