Ms Natalie Hodgson

Natalie Hodgson is a Scientia PhD Candidate in the Faculty of Law, UNSW. She has a Bachelor of Arts (Criminology) (Hons I) / Bachelor of Laws (Hons I) from UNSW, and received the University Medal in Criminology for her research on female defendants in international criminal tribunals. She researches predominantly in the areas of state crime, Australian and international criminal law. Her PhD thesis explores the limitations of the criminal law in controlling state crime through the case study of Australia's refugee policy. 

Journal articles

Hodgson N, 2021, 'International criminal law and civil society resistance to offshore detention', Australian Journal of Human Rights, pp. 1 - 19,

Hodgson N, 2020, 'Exploring the International Criminal Court’s Deterrent Potential', Journal of International Criminal Justice,

Hodgson N; Cashmore J; Cowdery N; Goodman-Delahunty J; Martschuk N; Parkinson P; Powell MB; Shackel R, 2020, 'The Decision to Prosecute: A Comparative Analysis of Australian Prosecutorial Guidelines', CRIMINAL LAW JOURNAL, vol. 44, pp. 155 - 172,

Brubacher SP; Hodgson N; Goodman-Delahunty J; Powell MB; Westera N, 2019, 'Children’s competence to testify in Australian courts: Implementing the royal commission recommendation', University of New South Wales Law Journal, vol. 42, pp. 1386 - 1410,

Hodgson N, 2017, 'Gender Justice or Gendered Justice? Female Defendants in International Criminal Tribunals', Feminist Legal Studies, vol. 25, pp. 337 - 357,