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Dr. Marg Camilleri

Associate Professor, Criminology and Criminal Justice

Pathways, Humanities and Social Sciences



Mt Helen Campus, Online


Dr Marg Camilleri’s expertise includes access to justice for young people, victims of crime and people with disabilities. Dr Camilleri has a comprehensive knowledge of the criminal justice system and processes, and is also interested in the impact of rurality in accessing justice and support services.

Marg’s expertise is informed by her work developing policies, business cases and conducting research. During the past 20 years, Marg has worked in a range of justice-related positions including for government and community legal centres. She has provided advice to national and state research organisations including most recently her role on the national advisory group for the Prevention of Violence Against Women with Disability, a project jointly lead by Our Watch and Women with Disability Victoria.

Marg is Senior Lecturer in criminology and criminal justice at Federation University Australia and is currently Acting Discipline Lead, Human Services and Criminal Justice.

A health justice partnership for young people: strategies for program promotion to young people and youth workers

Australian Courts: Controversies, Challenges and Change

Challenging Court Landscapes and Opportunities for Change

Context and Controversies of Australian Courts

People with Disabilities


  • Book Chapters

Prosecutions in the Summary Jurisdictions

Victims’ Participatory Rights

Victims with Disabilities in Rural Areas

  • Book Chapters

Barriers to acceptance of evidence: Reports of sexual assault made by adults with cognitive impairment or CCN

  • Journals

Correction to: Australian Courts

Gateways to social inclusion: enablers and barriers for young people in accessing meaningful recreational activities

  • Report

The lived experiences of the MAST program

  • Report

Disabled in rural Victoria: Exploring the intersection of victimisation, disability and rurality on access to justice

The last decade, in Australia and internationally, has seen an increased focus on and subsequent...

Central Highlands Health Justice Partnership: Evaluation report

  • Report

Hear Us: Lived experience of people with complex communication needs with the courts

  • Report

Health justice partnerships: Initial insights into the delivery of an integrated health and legal service for youth in regional Victoria

Introduction: This article presents interim findings from research examining the implementation...

[Dis]Abling discourses

  • Conference Proceedings