Dr. Renae Barker is a Senior Lecturer in the Law School at the University of Western Australia, Honorary Research fellow at the Centre for Muslim States and Societies and Advocate for the Anglican Diocese of Bunbury. She holds a Bachelor or  Laws and Bachelor of Economics from Murdoch University and completed her PhD at the University of Western Australia. She is the author of State and Religion: The Australian Story (Routledge 2018) and co-editor of Law and Religion in the Commonwealth: The Evolution of Case Law. In 2019 she completed the Oxford Young Scholars Fellowship in Religion and the Rule of Law. She publishes on a wide range of law and religion issues with a focus on the impact of civil law on religious minorities and modelling the interaction between the State and religion. Her research has been cited by the Supreme Court of New South Wales as well as numerous governmental and law reform reports and inquires.

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