Marianne Dickie

Marianne Dickie is a senior academic at the Migration Law Program in ANU College of Law. She is passionate about migration law and practice, having worked extensively in the migration field since 1993. Marianne remains determined to improve the legal support system for all migrants by providing future migration agents and legal practitioners the best possible education. Marianne managed the Migration Law Program from 2007–15 as convenor, sub-dean and director. Marianne also understands the importance of grassroots work in this legal space. In 2007, she established a pro bono migration advice clinic that provides support previously unavailable or unaffordable to migrants in the ACT. Her commitment to human rights was recognised in 2012 when she was a finalist for the ACT Australian of the Year. Marianne is a general editor of Immigration Review, published by LexisNexis, and a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. She is a registered migration agent, holds a master’s degree in higher education, and is currently completing a doctorate of professional studies focusing on migration agents. She continues to research and write in her two areas of passion: education and migration.

Unintended Consequences

Unintended Consequences »

The impact of migration law and policy

Edited by: Marianne Dickie, Dorota Gozdecka, Sudrishti Reich
ISBN (print): 9781925022445
ISBN (online): 9781925022452
Publication date: August 2016