LLM - International Law (University of Edinburgh), LLB - Law (University of Groningen)
Thomas commenced his PhD candidature with the Faculty of Law at UNSW in 2019. His PhD thesis is on the role of solidarity in international disaster relief law.
Previously, Thomas has completed degrees in international law at the University of Groningen (LLB) and the University of Edinburgh (LLM). At the latter, he was awarded the W.A. Wilson prize for the best dissertation. Thomas has also worked as a research assistant on various projects.
Before coming to UNSW, Thomas was a teacher at primary schools in Hong Kong.
Areas of research
International Disaster Law, International Development Law, International Humanitarian Law, Global Health Law
Sarah Williams, Aline Jaeckel
Publications and presentations
‘Ebola in West Africa: Lessons to Strengthen the WHO International Health Regulations’ (2015) Global Health Law Groningen Blog
‘Justice for Victims of Flight MH17: Alternatives to an International Tribunal after Russia’s Veto’ (2016) 2 ELSA Law Review 145
Mulder T, 2016, 'Justice for Victims of Flight MH17: Alternatives to an International Tribunal after Russia’s Veto', ELSA Law Review, pp. 145 - 168
Mulder T, 2015, Ebola in West Africa: Lessons to Strengthen the WHO International Health Regulations, Global Health Law Blog Groningen, http://dx.doi.org, https://www.rug.nl/rechten/onderzoek/expertisecentra/ghlg/blog/ebola-in-west-africa-lessons-to-strengthen-the-who-international-health-regulations-02-11-2015