Dr Camille Goodman

College Visitor
LLB (Hons) BA (Int Studies) (Adelaide), Master of Maritime Studies (Wollongong)

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Research interests

Biography

Dr Camille Goodman joined the Australian National Centre for Ocean Resources and Security (ANCORS) at the University of Wollongong as a Senior Lecturer in March 2021. She is also a Visiting Fellow at the ANU College of Law, where she completed her PhD on 'The Nature and Extent of Coastal State Jurisdiction over Living Resources in the Exclusive Economic Zone' in January 2019, with support from the Sir Roland Wilson Foundation.

From 2005 to 2020, Camille worked at the Commonwealth Attorney-General’s Department, principally in the Office of International Law, providing legal and policy advice to the Australian Government on a wide range of public international law issues, with a particular focus on law of the sea and international fisheries law. From 2010 to 2012, she was seconded to the International Fisheries team at the Department of agriculture. Over the years, Camille served as the Australian Government legal adviser at many international meetings, including the negotiation of the South Pacific Regional Fisheries Management Organization and the Port State Measures Agreement, and at meetings of the Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission and the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora. She also managed international litigation before international courts and tribunals.

Awards

Year Title
2015 Sir Roland Wilson Foundation Scholarship

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Significant research publications

  • 'The Cooperative use of Coastal State Jurisdiction with respect to Highly Migratory Stocks: insights from the Western and Central Pacific Region' in Lawrence Martin, Constantinos Salonidis, Christina Hioureas (eds), Natural Resources and the Law of the Sea: Exploration, Allocation, Exploitation of Natural Resources in Areas under National Jurisdiction and Beyond (Juris, 2017), pp 215-236.
  • 'Australian Jurisdiction and International Law' (co-authored with Donald R Rothwell) in Donald R Rothwell and Emily Crawford (eds), International Law in Australia (3rd ed, Thomson Reuters, 2016) pp 71 to 86.
  • ‘Strength through cooperation: a 21st century treaty for multilateral maritime enforcement in the Pacific’ Australian Yearbook of International Law (2014), Vol 31, pp 11 to 39.
  • ‘The Regime for flag State responsibility in international fisheries law – effective fact, creative fiction or further work required?’ Australia and New Zealand Maritime Law Journal (2009), Vol 23(2), pp 157 to 169
  • ‘Acta Sunt Servanda? A regime for unilateral acts of states at international law’ Australian Yearbook of International Law (2006), Vol 25, pp 43 to 74 
  • 'Rights, obligations, prohibitions: a practical guide to understanding judicial decisions on coastal State jurisdiction over living resources in the law of the sea’ (2018) 33 International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law 558

Recent news

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Apr
2021
Camille Goodman
Dr Camille Goodman (GDLP '07, PhD '19) is an ANU Law alumna and visitor dedicated to bridging the divide between practice and academia through her research and work in government.

Past events

08
Mar
2018
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1.50PM to 4.20PM Workshop

The possible interactions between treaty and custom are generally considered by reference to the well-established framework set out by the International Court of Justice in the North Sea Continental Shelf Cases of 1969; namely, the declaratory, crystallising and generating effects of a treaty (as for a resolution) on a customary rule.

Book chapters

‘The Cooperative Use of Coastal State Jurisdiction with respect to Highly Migratory Stocks: Insights from the western and central Pacific region’ in Larry Martin, Constantinos Salonidis and Christina Hioureas (eds), Law Of The Sea And Natural Resources (Juris Publishers, 2017) 215-236

‘Australian Jurisdiction and International Law’, co-authored with Donald R Rothwell, in Emily Crawford and Donald R Rothwell (eds) International Law in Australia (3rd ed, Thomson Reuters, 2017) 71-94

Refereed journal articles

  • 'Law beyond boundaries: innovative mechanisms for the integrated management of biodiversity beyond national jurisdiction' (2018) 75(1) ICES Journal of Marine Science 402-404 (co-authored with Holly Matley)
  • 'Rights, obligations, prohibitions: A practical guide to understanding judicial decisions on coastal State jurisdiction over living resources in the law of the sea' (2017) International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law (DOI 10.1163/15718085-12323082)
  • 'Striking the Right Balance? Applying the jurisprudence of international tribunals to coastal State innovations in international fisheries governance' (2017) 84 Marine Policy 293-299
  • ‘Strength through cooperation: a 21st century treaty for multilateral maritime enforcement in the Pacific’ (2014) 31 Australian Yearbook of International Law 11-39.
  • ‘The Regime for flag State responsibility in international fisheries law – effective fact, creative fiction or further work required?’ (2009) 23(2) Australia and New Zealand Maritime Law Journal 157-169
  • ‘Litigation against foreign States: the Foreign States Immunities Act 1985 (Cth)’ (2009) 21(9) Judicial Officers’ Bulletin 71 (co-authored with Bill Campbell PSM QC).
  • ‘Acta Sunt Servanda? A regime for unilateral acts of states at international law’ (2006) 25 Australian Yearbook of International Law 43-74

Conference papers & presentations

  • 'The jurisdiction of the every day (or why Lotus was right all along)', Australian and New Zealand Society of International Law Conference, Canberra, Australia, July 2015
  • ‘Law of the Sea and the marine environment: from lex lata to lex ferenda: thinking outside the international legal box’, ANU Centre for International and Public Law seminar series, 17 March 2015 (co-presented with Dr Greg French).
  • ‘Giving effect to the duty to cooperate: new international fisheries agreements’, ANU Centre for International and Public Law seminar series, 17 September 2010.
  • ‘Using Port State controls to combat IUU fishing: the Port State Measures Agreement and the EC IUU Fishing Regulation’, ‘Fish, Forests and Filthy Lucre’ Environmental Crime Conference, University of Wollongong, 22 – 23 February 2010.
  • ‘Multilateral approaches to governing international fisheries: compromise we can believe in?’ Australia and New Zealand Society of International Law Conference, Wellington, New Zealand, 2009.
  • ‘Port State Measures – a new treaty to combat illegal fishing’ Maritime Lawyers Association of Australia and New Zealand conference, Fremantle, 2008.  
  • ‘Issues in transnational crime in the South Pacific’ Australia and New Zealand Society of International Law conference, Wellington, 2006 (co-authored with Ms Victoria Bickford). 

Case notes & book reviews

Book Review, ‘International Law Issues in the South Pacific’ (Leane and von Tigerstrom (Eds), Ashgate, 2005), Australian Yearbook of International Law (2007), Vol 26, pp 227 to 230.

Research interests

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