Aimee Cooper is passionate about equality and human rights. Aimee is an experienced discrimination and sexual harassment lawyer who believes in achieving substantive equality through discrimination law. Aimee is currently the Legal Manager at Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission. Aimee has a Master’s degree in International Relations from La Trobe University, a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice from the Leo Cussen Centre for Law, and a Bachelor of Laws and International Relations from La Trobe University. Aimee’s 2018 Churchill Fellowship report examines best-practice approaches to the enforcement of anti-discrimination laws, drawing on examples from the US, UK and Sweden. Its recommendations offer important lessons for a fairer and more enforceable legal framework for dealing with discrimination and sexual harassment.