Associate Professor James Roffee
LLB Hons, King's College London, United Kingdom; BCL, University of Oxford, United Kingdom; PhD Law, University of Leicester, United Kingdom
Dr James Roffee is an Associate Professor of Law, and Dean International in the Faculty of Business and Law at Swinburne University of Technology. James leads the Faculty’s international portfolio; this includes strategic and operational responsibility for delivery of undergraduate and postgraduate transnational education, student mobility and exchange, bespoke programs for industry partners, and sponsored students.
Prior to joining Swinburne in 2018, James received the 2017 Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Teaching Excellence from Monash University where he held positions in the Faculty of Business and Economics and the Faculty of Arts. He fosters an inclusive approach to teaching and is recognised as a leader and innovator within the field of inclusive higher education. James’s research in criminal justice and criminology concerns victimisation, hate and bias-motivated crime, and, serious violent and offences. James was appointed to the Victorian Government’s LGBTI Taskforce Justice Working Group in 2017. He is frequently asked to provide his expert opinion and advice on matters of crime and public safety concerning the marginalised communities and his research has received the 2017 Emerald Literati Network Awards for Safer Communities.
Law; Criminology; Victims of Crime
PhD candidate and honours supervision
Higher degrees by research
Accredited to supervise Masters & Doctoral students as Principal Supervisor.
Available to supervise honours students.
Fields of Research
- Criminology - 160200
- Law - 180100
- 2017, Other, Vice-Chancellor's Award for Teaching Excellence, Monash University
- 2017, International, Emerald Literati Network Outstanding Paper Award for Safer Communities, Emerald
- 2016, Other, Faculty Award for Teaching Excellence, Monash University
Also published as: Roffee, James; Roffee, J.; Roffee, J. A.; Roffee, James A.
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