Lisa Pryor

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Lisa Pryor is an Australian journalist and author.

Early life and education[edit]

Born in Sydney in 1978, she was educated at Ravenswood, where she achieved a TER score of 100, and the University of Sydney, where she graduated in arts and law,[1] with first-class honours.[2]


Pryor was employed as a journalist and columnist with the Sydney Morning Herald,[3] where she has also edited the opinion page.

Her 2008 book, The Pinstriped Prison, sceptically examines the recruitment processes of large law firms, management consulting firms, and investment banks, and criticises the flow of talent into these fields. Her second book, A Small Book About Drugs, was published in 2011.[4]

Medical education[edit]

Having commenced in 2011, as of 2014, Pryor is currently a third-year medical student at the University of Sydney.[5]

Personal life[edit]

Pryor is married to Julian Morrow of The Chaser comedy team, with whom she has two children; Anna and Ed.[6]


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