- Lucas Lixinski
PhD in Law, European University Institute; LL.M. in Human Rights, Central European University; LL.B., Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul
Prior to joining UNSW Law, Lucas was a Postgraduate Fellow at the Bernard and Audre Rapoport Center for Human Rights and Justice, University of Texas at Austin School of Law. Lucas holds a PhD in Law from the European University Institute. He researches and writes primarily in the areas of public international law, international cultural heritage law and international human rights law.
Areas of expertise
Fragmentation of International Law
International Cultural Heritage Law
International Human Rights Law
Regional Economic Integration
Comparative Constitutional Law
International Legal History
Board of Directors, International Law Students Association
Advisory Board, European Journal of Legal Studies
Executive Committee Member, Association of Critical Heritage Studies
Member, American Association of Private International Law (ASADIP)
Committee Member (International Cultural Heritage Law Committee) and Director (Brazilian Branch), International Law Association
Member, Australia and New Zealand Society of International Law
Member, American Society of International Law
Member, European Society of International Law
Bhatara Ibnu Reza, 'The Indonesian military politics and democratisation: Problems of consitutional framework and their implications with human rights and humanitarian law' (with Andrew Byrnes and Rosalind Dixon)
Norwegian Research Council, Norway. 'Fate of Nations" (project focused on the history and regulation of natural resources).
Institute for Global Law and Policy, Harvard Law School, United States of America. Santander-Doha grant (project on islamic approaches to cultural heritage protection).
Institute for Global Law and Policy, Harvard Law School, United States of America. IGLP Collaborative Research Grants Program (project on narratives of the international legal order).
Gerda Henkel Foundation, Germany. Research Project Grant Program (project on the development of the principle of Permanent Sovereignty over Natural Resources in the Americas).
University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia. Law Faculty Early Career Research Grants Program 2012 (project on historical research on the development of international legal and institutional regimes for the protection of cultural heritage).
European Commission EACEA, Jean Monnet Programme, Belgium. Constitutional Rights versus Free Trade in EU-FTAs, September 2011-August 2012 (project on regional economic integration law).
Inter-American Development Bank, Latin American Case Library on Law and Public Policy, 2010-2011 round (project on human rights, gender violence and development). Funded by Inter-American Development Bank and Getulio Vargas Foundation (Brazil).
- Principles of International Law (LAWS8180)
- Current Issues in International Law (LAWS8081)
- Legal Concepts, Research & Writing for Human Rights (LAWS8110)
- Introducing Law & Justice (JURD7152)
- Introducing Law & Justice (LAWS1052)
- Law in the Global Context (JURD7270)
- Law, Rights and Development (LAWS8192)
14 January 2016
1 October 2015
3 September 2015
31 August 2015
27 August 2015
18 May 2015
4 April 2014