- Foundational Legal Skills and Statutory Interpretation
- Criminal Law and Procedure
- Health Law
- health law
- regulatory theory
- legal and ethical issues in paramedicine
Dominique Moritz is a PhD student and a lecturer and tutor in the USC Law School and the School of Health and Sport Sciences at the University of the Sunshine Coast (USC). Dominique has a Master of Laws degree with a focus on health and medical law and has also completed a Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice, Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Justice (Criminology). Dominique has been admitted as a Solicitor in the Supreme Court of Queensland.
Prior to commencing teaching and research at USC, Dominique served as a police officer with the Queensland Police Service. Dominique has also worked in the industrial and employment law field representing people in a variety of matters including mediation and arbitration through the Industrial Relations Commission.
Dominique’s present (doctoral) research involves paramedic law and concerns investigating a regulatory framework for the paramedic profession in Australia, drawing upon policy analysis of international jurisdictions such as in the United Kingdom.
- Admitted as Solicitor (Supreme Court of Queensland)
- Golden Key International Honours Society