Graeme Orr is an Associate Professor of Law at the University of Queensland. He specialises in the law of electoral politics, including as a regular media commentator, contributor to government inquiries and as a consultant and pro bono adviser (eg in the One Nation deregistration case). He has published several dozen articles and chapters in the field and is a board member of the international Election Law Journal. Graemeâ€™s PhD examined electoral bribery.
Graeme has taught the Law of Politics and Political Institutions at both Griffith and Queensland Universities, and has taught electoral law to Australian and New Zealand parliamentary clerks. He also researches and teaches labour law, and is a columnist in that field for the Australian Journal of Administrative Law and a board member of the Australian Journal of Labour Law.