Kobi-Renee Leins has also been invited to present a conference paper on ‘Nano-Enhanced Weapons and the Law of Armed Conflict’ at the 3rd Annual Conference on the Governance of Emerging Technologies: Law, Policy and Ethics in Arizona in May 2015.
Natalia Jevglevskaja ha been accepted to participate in the Graduate Humanitarian Research Academy at the University of Mainz and in the Archives of the ICRC in Geneva for 2 weeks in July 2015. Natalia will join a select group of graduate scholars from around the world to receive expert instruction on techniques for graduate archival … Read moreNatalia Jevglevskaja to participate in the Graduate Humanitarian Research Academy
Tim McCormack has been appointed to the International Group of Experts for the 2nd Tallinn Manual on the International Law Applicable to Cyber Warfare and will travel to Tallinn in June 2015 to participate in the next working session of the Group.
Tim McCormack has been awarded a Fulbright Senior Scholarship to take up the prestigious position of Charles H Stockton Distinguished Scholar-in-Residence at the Stockton Center for the Study of International Law at the US Naval War College, Newport, Rhode Island from July 2015 through June 2016. Tim will be only the the 2nd Australian to … Read moreTim McCormack awarded a Fulbright Senior Scholarship
The APCML Unimelb@Defence Seminar Series started the year with a presentation from Professor Chris Jenks (a co-author of The Law of Armed Conflict: An Operational Approach and a Fulbright Scholar at the APCML) on ‘Crossing the Rubicon: The Path to Offensive Autonomous Weapons’.
Tim McCormack has recently been honoured in the Australian Red Cross’ centenary awards – ‘100 Years of Helping People’. Tim was recognised by the Red Cross as someone dedicated to supporting the respected humanitarian organisation, and was awarded the Australian Red Cross Distinguished Service Medal for more than 20 years of volunteer service. The medal … Read moreTim McCormack honoured for work with Australian Red Cross
Rain Liivoja featured in Voice (10 November 2014), the newspaper of the University of Melbourne, discussing ‘Chemical Aids on the Battlefield’.
Bob Mathews has been awarded the prestigious inaugural Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) – The Hague Award jointly with the Finnish Institute for the Verification of the Chemical Weapons Convention (VERIFIN). The Award has been established following the OPCW’s receipt of the 2013 Nobel Peace Prize to honour and recognise individuals and … Read moreBob Mathews receives OPCW–The Hague Award
Ian Henderson presented at the 5th annual International Symposium on Security and Military Law, 25–26 September 2014, South Korea on UAVs — The ADF’s Current Involvement and Future Challenges. This Symposium is organised by the Office of the Judge Advocate General, Republic of Korea Army. This is the third consecutive year that the APCML has … Read moreIan Henderson presents at International Symposium on Security and Military Law
The APCML is delighted to announce that Dr Rain Liivoja has been awarded the prestigious Society in Science – Branco Weiss Fellowship by ETH Zürich (the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich) in 2014 – one of only ten scholars world-wide to receive the award. As a Branco Weiss fellow, Rain will explore the … Read moreRain Liivoja awarded prestigious 5-year Swiss research fellowship