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Moved to Sydney

Just a short post to note that I have moved from Singapore to Sydney. I am now a Lecturer at the Law Faculty, the University of New South Wales, Sydney. My new contact details are below:

Law Faculty, University of New South Wales
The Law Building
Building F8, Union Road
UNSW Kensington Campus
Sydney NSW 2052 Australia 
E: melissa.crouch@unsw.edu.au
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