Dr Camille Goodman has worked in the Commonwealth Attorney-General’s Department since 2005, providing advice to Government on a wide range of public international law issues, with a particular focus on maritime law and international fisheries law. She has been the Australian Government legal adviser at international meetings and negotiations, and managed litigation before international courts and tribunals. Camille completed her PhD at the ANU College of Law in 2019, focusing on the nature and extent of coastal State jurisdiction over living resources in the exclusive economic zone. Since completing her PhD, Camille has worked in various roles at the Attorney-General’s Department, including leading the Department’s Incoming Government Brief Taskforce during the 2019 election period. She is currently the Director of the Cabinet, Legislation and Estimates Section in the Strategy and Governance Branch.