New PhD Scholars join the CIGJ
The CIGJ is delighted to welcome three new PhD candidates working in the fields of international law and human rights.
Marie-Eve Loiselle has been a member of the Centre since 2011 as ARC Research Officer on the project “Strengthening the rule of law through the United Nations Security Council”. Her research will explore the socio-legal role of physical barriers in the regulation of conflicts.
Kate Ogg joins the CIGJ from the ANU College of Law, where she works in refugee law, human rights law, and feminist legal theory. Kate will be examining the legal regulation of rescue from and confinement to refugee camps.
Christoph Sperfeldt brings to the Centre broad experience in transitional justice and human rights. His research examines the implications for international criminal justice of the first reparations orders in international (and internationalised) criminal courts.
We look forward to Marie-Eve’s, Kate’s, and Christoph’s contributions to the CIGJ, and to showcasing their work in Regarding Rights!