Terese Henning is a Senior Lecturer in Law at the University of Tamania. Her teaching responsibilities include Evidence Law, Criminal Procedure and Criminology. Her research focuses on Evidence and Criminal Procedure through the lens of law reform. She is a member of the Board of the Tasmanian Law Reform Institute. In 2006 she conducted the consultation for the Institute at the request of the Tasmanian Government on a Charter of Human Rights for Tasmania and wrote the Issues Paper for the consultation and the Final Report for the Government.
Her other publications include: Hunter JB, Cameron C & Henning T (2005) Litigation I: Civil Process, 7th edition, Australia, LexisNexis; Hunter JB, Cameron C & Henning T (2005) Litigation II: Evidence & Criminal Process, 7th edition, Australia, LexisNexis; Warnings in Sexual Offences Cases Relating to Delay in Complaint, (2006) Tasmanian Law Reform Institute, Final Report No 8, University of Tasmania Press; and, Consolidation of Arrest Laws in Tasmania (2011), Final Report No 15, Tasmanian Law Reform Institute, University of Tasmania Press.