Please note, only a small selection of recent publications and activities are listed below.
Refereed journal articles
'Are current port liability provisions in international maritime law adequate in an era of automation?' (2016) Australian Journal of Maritime & Ocean Affairs, 8:2, 147-160, DOI: 10.1080/18366503.2016.1217379
'Diminishing the criminal enclaves at sea: a case for extending states' criminal admiralty jurisdiction over foreign-flagged vessels on the high seas' (2016) Journal of International Maritime Law 21 (1), 33
How my works connects with public policy
My thesis examines state practice on non-refoulement. Investigating the principle of non-refoulement from the lens of state actions has broader implications for refugee protection policies, particularly in promoting evidence based policies.
Non-Refoulement as Custom: fait accompli or wishful legal thinking?
My thesis is an empirical analysis (as opposed to anecdotal or doctrinal analysis) of state practice on non-refoulement with a view to identifying if it is customary in nature, its theoretical foundations, scope and limitations. The thesis aims through this empirical analysis of state practice to propose a theoretical construct of a customary norm of non-refoulement in an international refugee law context; review the legal scholarship on non-refoulement as custom and evaluate how these scholarships measure up with the empirical theoretical construct of the norm and its implications for refugee protection.