[TimorLesteStudies] Resources of the Timor Gap: Trick or Treat?

Bu Wilson Bu.Wilson at anu.edu.au
Mon May 26 13:32:21 EST 2008

via Clinton Fernandes/ETAN

The Sydney Centre for International Law invites you to a free Public

International Law & Rights to Oil & Gas Resources of the Timor Gap: Trick or

Professor Gillian Triggs

Dean, Faculty of Law, University of Sydney

When:             Wednesday 28 May, 5.30 for 5.40-6.45pm

Where:           Minter Ellison Room, Level 13, Sydney Law School,
173-175 Phillip St (crn King & Elizabeth Streets)

RSVP:          law.scil at usyd.edu.au  

Drinks are provided.

Professor Gillian Triggs, Dean of the Faculty of Law of the University of
Sydney, is an expert in international law and a barrister in the Victorian
Supreme Court.  Formerly the Director of the British Institute of
International and Comparative Law, Professor Triggs is an international
lawyer with publications on World Trade Organisation dispute resolution,
energy and resources law, law of the sea, territorial sovereignty,
jurisdiction and immunity, international criminal law, international
environmental law and human rights.
Professor Triggs has previously held academic positions in Melbourne, where
she graduated in law in 1968 and gained a PhD in 1982. Until 2005 she was
the Director of the Institute for Comparative and International Law at the
University of Melbourne, where she also held a Professorial Chair in Law.
Professor Triggs has maintained an international commercial practice as a
consultant in international law to Mallesons Stephen Jaques and has advised
governments in the Asia Pacific region on questions relating to sovereignty
and jurisdiction. She has also directed several projects for the Asian
Development Bank on legal capacity building in Vietnam, Mongolia and
Indonesia and has been the Australian Representative on the Council of
Jurists for the Asia Pacific Forum for National Human Rights Institutions,
and is currently the joint general editor of the International and
Comparative Law Quarterly and a member of the editorial boards of the
Melbourne Journal of International Law and the International Journal of
Energy & Natural Resources Law. Her most recent publication is a general
text, International Law:
Contemporary Principles and Practices, published in 2006.

Bu Wilson
Regulatory  Institutions Network (RegNet) College of Asia and the Pacific,
RSPAS Australian National University 
Canberra   ACT   0200 

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