Tania is a senior lecturer in the Faculty of Law and a Deputy Director of the Castan Centre for Human Rights Law. She teaches civil procedure, torts and a number of areas of international and domestic human rights law, including women's rights and refugee law. She has published widely on human rights, including the rights of asylum seekers, access to civil justice and women's and children's rights. Tania has been involved in a number of enquiries into federal and Victorian law reform and in professional human rights training programs for judges and Australian and international government officials.
Tania Penovic's Articles
Abortion clinics: validating ‘safe access zones’
The High Court has unanimously affirmed that abortion clinic safe access zones comply with the Constitution.
Do anti-abortion protest laws limit free speech?
A High Court hearing is set to decide the constitutional validity of "safe access zone" legislation.