Professor Mark Nolan is an interdisciplinary legal psychology scholar with doctoral training in social psychology in addition to degrees in law and Asian (Thai) studies. He researches and teaches criminal law and procedure including codified Australian federal criminal law (such as counter-terrorism law and human trafficking), comparative jury research, and military discipline law. He has also researched, taught and presented about citizenship law, human rights law, intergroup relations, social justice theory, and sentencing law (via judicial training and the Commonwealth Sentencing Database project work with the National Judicial College of Australia). Mark is the co-author of Legal Psychology in Australia (2015) with Prof Jane Goodman-Delahunty, and, has recently worked on the issue of memory of complainants for the Royal Commission Into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse with Prof Goodman-Delahunty and Dr Evianne van Gijn-Grosvenor. Mark currently teaches Criminal Law and Procedure, the Prison Legal Literacy Clinic, Law Captsone Project and Law and Psychology courses at the ANU College of Law. In the past, Mark has served as Director of the HDR Program, been Associate Dean (Education), Director of the JD Program and is currently the Director of Post-Graduate Education. Mark has completed staff research exchanges in Japan (Chuo University) and research training in Myanmar (University of Yangon), as well as delivering research presentations in Thailand (Chulalongkorn and Thammasat Universities). Mark was the inaugural ACT Branch President of the Australian and New Zealand Association of Psychiatry, Psychology and Law (ANZAPPL) from 2012-2015 and is currently President Elect of ANZAPPL Inc.