Anna Copeland is the Director of Clinical Legal Programs at Murdoch University which means she is both a practitioner and a teacher. Her legal practice is in the area of human rights including refugee and migration law; children’s rights; discrimination and economic social and cultural rights such as housing and welfare. Anna’s teaching interests are in the areas of human rights and clinical legal education. She teaches in Murdoch University’s International Program on Human Rights run in Geneva but most of her time is in spent in the Clinical Program run in collaboration with SCALES Community Legal Centre. Anna’s research interests closely align to her human rights practice and clinical teaching.