Amy is a 2016 ANU graduate (Bachelor of Arts (Hons)/Bachelor of Laws (Hons)). Her honours thesis for law was situated within the field of law and literature, investigating the concept of citizenship in relation to Alexis Wright’s novel, Carpentaria.
Amy has recently interned in the political/economic section of the Australian Embassy in Berlin, and volunteers at the ACT Women’s Legal Centre.
At RegNet, Amy Hamilton works on the Pluralist justice for women after violence: An experiment in building justice webs in the Philippines and the Philippines Project as a research assistant and coordinator. She works with Dr Imelda Deinla on these projects.