BA (Witwatersrand), TTHD (Witwatersrand), JD (Seattle U School of Law), PhD (Washington)
Jane Goodman-Delahunty is an experimental psychologist and lawyer. Her empirical legal studies foster evidence-based decisions to promote social, procedural and distributive justice within organisations and the community. She practiced at the Bar in the State of Washington (1983-1992), was an Administrative Judge for the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in Southern California (1992-2001) and third-party neutral with JAMS The Resolution Experts (1994-2001).
She is a Member of the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal (NCAT) on the Community Services and Equal Opportunity Divisions and a Member of the Criminal Justice Working Group of the Royal Commission into Responses to Institutional Child Sexual Abuse.
Jane was a Visiting Professor at the China University of Political Science and Law in Beijing (2014), a Leverhulme Trust Foundation Visiting Professor at the University of Surrey (2013), and Visiting Professor at Ritsumeikan University Psychology-Law Program in Kyoto, Japan (2012).
Jane is a past President of the Australia & New Zealand Association of Psychiatry Psychology & Law and of the American Psychology Law Society. She was Editor of Psychology, Public Policy and Law (2001-2006). She was a part-time Commissioner at the NSW Law Reform Commission for 10 years and a Mediator for the NSW Office of Fair Trading Mediation Services Unit. Previously, she directed the Postgraduate Program in Forensic Psychology at the University of New South Wales.
2007 Book Prize, Evaluating sexual harassment: Psychological, social, and legal considerations in forensic assessments (2005), Washington, DC: American Psychological Association, co-authored by William E Foote. Awarded by the American Psychology-Law Society.