Current issues in international law: A view from an Australian in the United Kingdom

Date & time
12–1pm Friday 22 February 2019

Murrumbidgee Room

Attorney-General's Department
3-5 National Cct

Professor Robert McCorquodale


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Presented by the Centre for International & Public Law with the Attorney-General's Department

CIPL Seminar
Trina Malone Robert McCorquodale

Join Professor Robert McCorquodale for an informal Q&A chaired by Trina Malone of the Office of International Law focusing on recent happenings and future directions in international law from the perspective of an Australian practising public international law in the United Kingdom. Matters touched upon will include the Chagos Archipelago Proceedings before the International Court of Justice, challenges associated with Brexit and recent business and human rights initiatives involving governments, multilateral development banks, corporations and civil society.

Registration is required by 4pm, Thursday 21 February 2019.


  • Professor Robert McCorquodale »

    Professor Robert McCorquodale is a Professor of International Law and Human Rights at the University of Nottingham in the United Kingdom, as well as a barrister at Brick Court Chambers, London, and Founder and Principal of Inclusive Law, a consultancy on business and human rights issues. He is also an honorary professor at ANU.  He has given advice to governments and peoples on a range of self-determination matters across most regions, from Lithuania to South Africa and represented Vanuatu before the International Court of Justice in the Chagos Archipelago Proceedings. He has written widely on the right to self-determination and on other public international law and human rights issues.

  • Trina Malone »

    Trina Malone is a Senior Legal Officer at the Office of International Law, Attorney-General’s Department.

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