Sharon Mo

Sharon Mo is an Arts and Law student, majoring in Politics. She placed first in the courses ‘Introduction to EU Law’ and ‘Prison and Punishment’, and was recognised on the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Dean’s List in 2013 and 2014.
Sharon is interested in employment law, energy law and Indigenous issues. She worked as a legal assistant to an employment law barrister at 6 St James Chambers and while studying abroad, she volunteered at the D.C. Employment Justice Centre. She also worked as a paralegal at a boutique law firm and volunteered at the Indigenous Law Centre. She is currently an editor for the Australian Journal of Human Rights and Australian Indigenous Law Review, and verifier at Thomson Reuters.
In 2015, Sharon was awarded an academic scholarship to study politics on exchange at Georgetown University in Washington D.C. In 2016, she completed a second exchange semester in Hamburg where she studied international business law at Bucerius Law School, completed a summer law program on scholarship, and earned a Certificate in Management and Leadership for Lawyers.
Not surprisingly, Sharon enjoys independent travel and living abroad. In 2017, she studied Spanish and interned in Mexico and Spain for five months. When she is not editing, she is writing poetry or doing down dogs.