Liesel Spencer teaches law at the University of Western Sydney. Her primary research area is public health law and food systems, including food welfare and urban agriculture.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Using Exemplars to Communicate Criteria and Standards and Improve Students' Performance in Assessment

A discussion of the value of using exemplars as a means to communicate criteria and standards and improve student performance in items of assessment.

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Integrating Food Security into Local Government Law, Policy and Planning: Using Local Government Legal Structures to Build Community Resilience to Food Insecurity

Local government legal structures can be utilised to promote food security in a way that is regionally appropriate. The flexible strategies are capable of adaptation to individual community contexts.

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Using Exemplars to Improve Student Performance in a Contracts Law Research Essay

A report on the use of exemplars to improve student results in a law unit.

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Local Government Planning Law and Urban Design for Active Living

This article is comprised of a discussion and analysis of how Australian local government law, can be used to implement active living and 'walkability' into urban design.

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Published online: June 4, 2014

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Obstacles to the Promotion of Public Health by Local Government in New South Wales

Australian local government law and policy has existing capacity to make public health interventions. This paper queries why this capacity may be under-utilised, and identifies obstacles.

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Published Online: August 27, 2015

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