International law and COVID-19

COVID-19 is a global health crisis that presents unique challenges to international law. From health and human rights to international trade and security, the global pandemic raises questions that will reshape our future. 

At this uncertain time, expertise is more important than ever. International law and COVID-19 is a collection of essays by scholars from The Australian National University College of Law who are assessing and evaluating the pandemic’s impact on international law from varied perspectives.

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