Charles Sturt University
Jane Goodman-Delahunty is an experimental psychologist and lawyer. Her empirical legal studies foster evidence-based decisions to promote social, procedural and distributive justice within organisations and the community. She practiced at the Bar in the State of Washington (1983-1992), was an Administrative Judge for the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in Southern California (1992-2001) and third-party neutral with JAMS The Resolution Experts (1994-2001). She is a Member of the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal (NCAT) on the Community Services and Equal Opportunity Divisions and a Member of the Criminal Justice Working Group of the Royal Commission into Responses to Institutional Child Sexual Abuse. Jane was a Visiting Professor at the China University of Political Science and Law in Beijing (2014), a Leverhulme Trust Foundation Visiting Professor at the University of Surrey (2013), and Visiting Professor at Ritsumeikan University Psychology-Law Program in Kyoto, Japan (2012). Jane is a past President of the Australia & New Zealand Association of Psychiatry Psychology & Law and of the American Psychology Law Society. She was Editor of Psychology, Public Policy and Law (2001-2006). She was a part-time Commissioner at the NSW Law Reform Commission for 10 years and a Mediator for the NSW Office of Fair Trading Mediation Services Unit. Previously, she directed the Postgraduate Program in Forensic Psychology at the University of New South Wales.