Ryan Goss is an Associate Professor at the ANU College of Law.
Ryan is interested in the legal questions that define our democracy, and the interface between law, politics, and government. He is a researcher/academic working on constitutional law and human rights law, and is also Head of Scholars House, helping to lead the Tuckwell Scholarship Program at ANU.
Ryan has regularly written and spoken in the media and in the general community on a variety of constitutional law and human rights law issues, and has done consultant and pro bono research work on related issues for a number of NGOs, and previously worked as a solicitor.
Born and bred in Brisbane, Ryan completed undergraduate studies at UQ and postgraduate studies at Oxford with the support of a Rhodes Scholarship.