Convenor Group

Lisa Denney    e:    l.denney@odi.org.uk    Lisa is an independent consultant working on issues of justice, security and development in Asia and Africa.  She was previously a Research Fellow in Politics and Governance at the Overseas Development Institute. In 2014-15, Lisa was involved in the Independent Commission for Aid Impact's review of the UK security and justice assistance.

Lisa Denney

e: l.denney@odi.org.uk

Lisa is an independent consultant working on issues of justice, security and development in Asia and Africa.

She was previously a Research Fellow in Politics and Governance at the Overseas Development Institute. In 2014-15, Lisa was involved in the Independent Commission for Aid Impact's review of the UK security and justice assistance.

Veronica Taylor    e:    Veronica.Taylor@anu.edu.au    Veronica is a Professor in the School of Regulation and Global Governance at The Australian National University. She focuses on the practice and professionalisation of rule of law promotion and law and justice interventions.  As a practitioner, she has designed and led multi-year law and justice projects in Afghanistan, China, Indonesia and most recently, Myanmar.

Veronica Taylor

e: Veronica.Taylor@anu.edu.au

Veronica is a Professor in the School of Regulation and Global Governance at The Australian National University. She focuses on the practice and professionalisation of rule of law promotion and law and justice interventions.

As a practitioner, she has designed and led multi-year law and justice projects in Afghanistan, China, Indonesia and most recently, Myanmar.

Leisha Lister    e: leisha.lister@gmail.com   Leisha’s work is an independent consultant working on issues of access to justice for women, children and people with a disability in the Asia Pacific region. She has spent the past 20 years working in the area of justice administration.

Leisha Lister

e: leisha.lister@gmail.com

Leisha’s work is an independent consultant working on issues of access to justice for women, children and people with a disability in the Asia Pacific region. She has spent the past 20 years working in the area of justice administration.