Natalia teaches criminal law and trusts in the LLB and JD programs at Monash. Her PhD examined the extent to which the media impacts upon sentencing policy. Her research areas are in comparative criminal law and procedure, with a particular focus on unrepresented accused, sentencing and the death penalty.
Natalia Antolak-Saper's Articles
Give victims their voice
The legal framework around the sexual assault gag law needs a comprehensive overhaul, not more amendments, to give victims their voice.
The hurdles to abolition
The Malaysian death penalty legal framework falls short of the fair trial standards enshrined both domestically and internationally.
In lockdown, rethinking the lockup
The COVID-19 crisis has raised the question of whether low-risk offenders should be imprisoned.