Enid Mona CAMPBELL
Also known as: Neil Campbell and Mona
Born: 30 October 1932
Died: 20 January 2010Special Achievements:
1959 - First female lecturer in the University of Tasmania Law School, teaching political science.
1967 - The first woman to hold a Chair in Law at any university in Australasia, when appointed Sir Isaac Isaacs Professor of Law, Monash University.
1971 - The first female Dean of any law school in Australasia, appointed Dean of Monash Law School.
16 June 1979 - Appointed an Officer of the Order of the British Empire (Civil) (OBE(C)), for services to education in the field of law.
1990 - Received Honorary Doctor of Laws (LLD), University of Tasmania.
2005 - Received a Companion of the Order of Australia (OAM).
1965-1967 - Associate Professor in Law, University of Sydney, New South Wales.
1967-1997 - Sir Isaac Isaacs Professor of Law, Monash University, Victoria.
1971 - Elected a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences in Australia.
1990 - Received the degree of Doctor of Laws honoris causa, University of Tasmania.
Also awarded Doctor of Laws degrees (Honoris Causa) from the University of Sydney and Monash University.
Wrote several books/textbooks, e.g., Parliamentary Privilege in Australia (1966), Legal Research: Methods and Materials, and Freedom in Australia.
Fox, Richard and Lee, Hoong Phun. A pioneer in legal academia. The Age. April 22, 2010:page unknown.
Tasmanian Government: Department of Communities Tasmania. "(1932 - ) BEc LLB (Hons), LLD (Hon) Tas, PhD Duke University (USA) Barrister and Solicitor (Tas) Scholar in: Administrative Law, Constitutional Law, Legal History, Parliamentary Law and Practice". accessed 20 November 2020.