Prior to emigrating to Australia, Diana was a member of the English Bar with both a criminal and civil practice. In Australia, Diana practiced as a solicitor before having children and then moved into the education sector. Over the last 15 years, Diana has taught in a variety of higher education courses both at master’s and undergraduate level, covering a wide range of social sciences, including law and professional ethical practice. Diana presented the solicitors’ mandatory ethics module in Melbourne in 2022 and in previous years. She is one of the authors of the newly released report Understanding domestic violence and religion: exploring how faith-based organisations can be part of the solution and the book Acting with Virtue: Using ancient principles in contemporary counselling practice (Edwards & Chiera Eds) (Australian Academic Press – in press).
- Christian Research Association (Member)