Mirko Bagaric

About Mirko Bagaric

Mirko Bagaric is the Dean and Professor of Law at Deakin University. He graduated from Monash University with a BA/ LLB (Hons) degree in 1992. He obtained a PhD from Monash University in 2001 for his thesis ‘Punishment and Sentencing: A Rational Approach’.

Professor Bagaric is the author or co-author of 30 books and over 130 articles in leading international journals including the Buffalo Law Review; the San Diego Law Review; the Michigan Journal of Race and Law; the Albany Law Review; Law and Inequality; the University of San Francisco Law Review; the Berkeley Journal of Criminal Law; the Brooklyn Journal of International Law and the Criminal Law Review. He has also published in the leading Australian law journals, including the University of New South Wales Law Journal; the Sydney Law Review; Melbourne University Law Review; Monash Law Review and the Adelaide Law Review.

His main work is in the area of punishment and sentencing. He has also written extensively in migration and refugee law and human rights law. His articles have been cited in over 50 court judgments, including the High Court of Australia and superior courts in Canada, Singapore, New Zealand and Ireland.

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Quotes By Mirko Bagaric

Suffering is suffering. It is always ugly. It is always unwelcome. It always needs to be stopped. There are no exceptions. A person with the capacity but not the inclination to cease suffering is morally incomplete.

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