Bronwyn Naylor OAM Board member, appointed 2013 BA (Hons), LLB (Hons), LLM, MPhil (Crim), PhD Dr Bronwyn Naylor is a professor of law at RMIT University in the Graduate School of Business and Law. She teaches criminal law and innovative justice in the RMIT postgraduate law JD program, and has a PhD in Criminology from Cambridge University. Dr Naylor worked in private legal practice before moving to the Victorian Law Reform Commission, and then to an academic position at Monash University Law Faculty. She took up her position at RMIT University in 2016. She was a board member of Springvale Monash Legal Service from 2006 to 2014, and is on the editorial board of the Alternative Law Journal. Dr Naylor teaches and researches in criminal law, criminal justice, prisons and punishment, criminal records and other consequences of conviction, regulation, and law and gender. Her current research includes protecting the human rights of people in prison, and projects with Victorian Aboriginal communities on the impact of criminal records on access to employment and on advocacy for law reform in this area. Dr Naylor was awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia in the Australia Day 2022 Honours List for service to tertiary education, and to the law.