International Law

Summary

Sydney Law School prides itself on its international focus. It is one of the few Law Schools in the country where students must complete at least one unit in International Law. The scholarship of the Faculty extends across the entire range of international law specialities including human rights, migration law, and private international law.

Supervisor(s)

Professor David Kinley, Professor Luke Nottage, Professor Vivienne Bath, Ms Irene Baghoomians, Professor Tim Stephens, Dr Jacqui Mowbray, Professor Roger Magnusson

Research Location

Sydney Law School

Program Type

Masters/PHD

Synopsis

Current focus areas for academics in International Law are: - Human Rights Law - Migration, Citizenship, and Refugee Law- Human Rights & Corporate Responsibility- Private International Law- International Criminal Law- World Trade Organisation- World Bank- International Monetary Fund- Public International Law- Comparative and Transnational Contract Law- International Arbitration and Corporate Governance- Terrorism- Use of Armed Force- The United Nations- International Courts & Tribunals- International Environmental Law- Law of the Sea- International Trade Law

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Keywords

International, human rights, terrorism, Armed Force, WTO, World Bank, migration, Refugee.

Opportunity ID

The opportunity ID for this research opportunity is: 489

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