Dr Christopher Goff

Lecturer, Thomas More Law School

Dr Christopher Goff is a Lecturer in Law at the Thomas More Law School. Before joining ACU, he held academic positions at Bond University and Southern Cross University. His doctorate, awarded in 2021, is on the topic of terrorism and anti-terrorism law. Prior to that, Christopher completed his Master of Laws and Bachelor of Laws (Honours). He also holds a degree in Psychological Science.

Christopher has a strong research interest in constitutional law, terrorism, counter-terrorism, and the associated legal and criminological aspects. Christopher is passionate about teaching and facilitating a positive and effectual learning environment for his students. Among the subjects he teaches at ACU are Terrorism, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law and Introduction to Australian Public Law.

Christopher also has significant publications in the area of constitutional law. These include the co-authorship of Principles of Australian Constitutional Law (5th ed, LexisNexis), and he is the co-editor and updating author of the Halsbury's Laws of Australia title on Constitutional Law.

Christopher has been nominated for, and is the recipient of, multiple teaching awards.

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