An article co-authored by Associate Professor Esmé Shirlow proposes a methodology to guide a more structured identification and use of negotiating records in treaty interpretation.
It's been described as a "ground-breaking" study and a "tour de force" by international law experts. Learn more about Associate Professor Esmé Shirlow's new book.
A new chapter by Dr Esmé Shirlow and the late Professor David D. Caron develops a framework for analysing transparency in international arbitration, in order to understand the structure, objectives and limits of different transparency reform efforts.
Teaching and studying online is a brave new world for many of us at ANU College of Law, but it's one we're navigating together with trademark collegiality.
Customary international law has long interested Sophia Collins, who explored the topic last year in an award-winning supervised research paper.
2018 ANU Prize recipient Karla Brenner talks about winning