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Public International Law

Research Strength

Public International Law


Networks and Groups


Andrew Byrnes

Bassina Farbenblum

Madeline Gleeson

Claire Higgins

Fleur Johns

Daniel Joyce

Lucas Lixinski

Jane McAdam

Christopher Michaelsen

Noam Peleg

Rosemary Rayfuse

Amelia Thorpe

Leon Trakman

Heng Wang

Sarah Williams

Research Snapshots

'Refugees' shortlisted for award

International Cultural Heritage Law at a Crossroads

HDR Students

Sophia Bai, 'Reform of Chinese state-owned enterprises: What China can learn from the practice of comepetitive neutrality in Australia' (Leon Trakman/Mark Williams)

Souheir Edelbi, 'Arab regionalism and the limits of the universalist approach to international criminal law' (Sarah Williams/Fleur Johns)

Carolyn Evans, 'Accountability of the UN Security Council in public international law' (Christopher Michaelsen/Martin Krygier)

Doron Goldbarsht, 'Counter Terrorist Financing - A Study In Effectiveness and The Rule of Law In Global Administrative Law' (Chris Michaelsen/Rosalind Dixon/Andrew Byrnes)

Peng Guo, 'Lex Mercatoria and the harmonisation of international commercial contract law -with a case study on China' (Leon Trakman/Luke Nottage)

Samuel Hallahan, 'The impact and role of international trade disputes in the development of intellectual property law' (Alexandra George/Colin Picker/Ross Buckley)

Bhatara Ibnu Reza, 'The development of the state-sponsored militia as the implementation of the total people's defence and security system in Indonesia' (Rosalind Dixon/Lucas Lixinski/Andrew Byrnes)

Amrita Kapur, 'Changing the paradigm of international criminal law to deliver justice on the ground: Complementarity as the mechanism to end impunity' (Andrew Byrnes/Sarah WIlliams)

Pervaiz Khan, 'Effective utilisation of WTO dispute settlement system by Pakistan: A public-private partnership approach' (Leon Trakman/Lisa Toohey)

Aya Omran, 'Incorporating gender inequality in the future criminal framework of Palestine to combat honour based violence: A comparative study' (Jill Hunter/Andrea Durbach)

Emma Palmer, 'International criminal law in South East Asia: Beyond the International Criminal Court' (Andrew Byrnes/Sarah Williams)

Fadi Rabia, 'Police corruption in Palestine: Challenges and remedies' (David Dixon/Janet Chan)

Suman Saha, ' The (in)visibility of sex workers and their rights in India' (Ben Golder/Christine Forster)

Chenxi Wang, 'WTO litigation and preferential trade agreement - two forces changing China's legal policy' (Leon Trakman/Lisa Toohey)

Tamara Wood, ‘In search of the African refugee – Article I(2) of the 1969 OAU Convention Governing the Specific Aspects of Refugee Problems in Africa' (Jane McAdam/Sarah Williams)

Shu Zhang, ‘China's approach in defining public policy in the recognition and enforcement of International Commercial Arbitration Awards and its impacts in international arbitration practices’ (Leon Trakman/Damian Sturzaker)

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