Congratulations are due to former CIGJ Visiting PhD scholar, Rosemary Grey, who has been awarded a two-year postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Melbourne. The fellowship is part of the Melbourne Law School’s post-doctoral program, designed to support talented early career researchers. Rose is looking forward to taking up the fellowship in June and to working on a project titled, ‘Gendering the Rome Statute: The Potential and Limitations of Article 21(3)’. Rose’s previous research has featured in posts for Regarding Rights on the evolving concept of ‘sexual violence’ in international law and on the International Criminal Court’s attempt to prosecute Kenyan President, Uhuru Kenyatta. We wish you all the best for your move to Melbourne Rose!