Dr Mark Hamilton


Mark Hamilton

Mark Hamilton is a lecturer in both law and criminology at the North Sydney and Blacktown campuses. He is also the course coordinator for those disciplines at those campuses. Having commenced at ACU in 2022, Mark has had the opportunity to teach a variety of units including introductions to criminology and criminal justice, violence, juvenile justice, foundations of law and legal research, criminal law, evidence and environmental law. His primary interest is restorative justice in the context of environmental law. He is also interested in green criminology and environmental victims. Mark has worked as a tipstaff to a judge of the Land and Environment Court of NSW, and as a solicitor in private practice. Mark enjoys academic pursuits and has bachelor degrees in science (psychology) and law from the University of Wollongong; master's degrees in environmental law (University of Sydney), politics and public policy (Macquarie University), and law (University of Sydney); and a PhD in law from the University of New South Wales. His PhD doctorate has been published as a monograph (Environmental Crime and Restorative Justice: Justice as Meaningful Involvement, Palgrave Macmillan, 2021).

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