Meredith Primrose Jones, GCHE, LL.M, LL.B, is an early career researcher and Sessional Lecturer at RMIT in Melbourne. Since completing her Master of Laws, major in International Security, at the Australian National University, she has immersed herself in academia and research.
Meredith has designed and coordinated several cyber law subjects and teaches Cyber Law. She has developed innovative subjects which focus on the legal frameworks around privacy, data, surveillance, artificial intelligence, and emerging technologies.
Devoted to research, Meredith has engaged in projects across international law, hybrid warfare, emerging security threats and weaponry, including biological weapons and has had the opportunity to present her research at numerous conferences.
In 2019 Meredith presented a joint research paper ‘Revisiting Syria – Cyber Operations as a Means of Hybrid Warfare’ at the 18th Australian Cyber Warfare Conference which subsequently has been published.
Meredith is an Editorial Assistant for the Law in Context – a socio-legal peer-review journal and is also an Affiliate Member of the National Security Hub at the University of Canberra.