Stella Tarrant

Associate Professor, BJuris LLB W.Aust., LLM Yale

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

    6009 Perth

    Australia

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Biography

Associate Professor Stella Tarrant is a graduate of the University of Western Australia (B.Juris (Hon) first class) and Yale University (LLM). She began her career as Associate to Justice Toohey of the High Court of Australia and a solicitor in the Land and Heritage Unit of the Aboriginal Legal Service of Western Australia. She studied as a Harkness Fellow and Fulbright Scholar in the United States before joining the Law Faculty at the University of Western Australia, from 1996-2002. After raising her two sons in their early years, Associate Professor Tarrant returned to teaching at UWA Law School in 2009 and resumed her research career in 2013.

Her research focuses on criminal law, criminal law theory and gender and the law. She has explored the impact of law on women's lives and the part law plays in maintaining gender relations in society, in the areas of criminal law, constitutional law and reproductive technology law. Her current research projects concern gender equality in the law of self-defence and the incorporation of philosophical method into the teaching of Gender and the Law.

Associate Professor Tarrant's teaching interests are criminal law, evidence and gender and the law. At UWA she teaches Criminal Law, Evidence and Gender and the Law, and has taught feminist jurisprudence in LLB, LLM and SJD courses.

Funding overview

ANROWS project "Transforming the Australian Judiciary's Understanding of Intimate Partner Violence" (2017-2018)

Keywords

  • Criminal Law
  • Gender And The Law
  • Legal Education
  • Legal Theory
  • Women and the law
  • Criminal law

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Projects 2017 2018

Research Output 1996 2018

A strange right to bear arms: District of Columbia v Heller as narrative

Tarrant, S., 7 Mar 2018, In : Griffith Law Review. p. 1-26 26 p.

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Criminal Law Pedagogy and the Australian state codes

Crofts, T. & Tarrant, S., 2017, The teaching of criminal law: The pedagogical imperatives. Gledhill, K. & Livings, B. (eds.). London: Routledge, 11 p.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Conference paperChapter

Criminal Responsibility and Objective Fault Requirements A Feminist Assessment of Reasonableness

Tarrant, S., 2015, Criminalisation and Criminal Responsibility in Australia. Crofts, T. & Loughnan, A. (eds.). Australia: Oxford University Press, p. 192-207

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