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KFG Working Paper Series: Working Paper No. 40

Working Paper No. 40, “Pronouncements of Expert Treaty Bodies: From ‘Black Boxes’ to ‘Key Catalysts’ in International Law?“ by Janina Barkholdt and Nina Reiners has been published.

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 Dr. Malcolm Jorgensen

Dr. Malcolm Jorgensen
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Short CV:

Dr. Malcolm Jorgensen is a fellow of the Berlin Potsdam Research Group “International Law – Rise or Decline?” He holds a PhD in International Law and United States Foreign Policy from the Sydney Law School, University of Sydney, where he lectured in Public International Law and remains an associate of the Sydney Centre for International Law. During his doctoral studies, Malcolm was resident at the United States Studies Centre, University of Sydney, where he was a research associate and lecturer in American politics. He holds a Bachelor of Laws (Hons) and a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) with majors in Economics and International Relations, each from the University of Queensland.

Following undergraduate studies, Malcolm was a Judge’s Associate in the Supreme Court of Queensland and subsequently admitted to the legal profession in Australia. He most recently served as an Assistant Director in the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, International Legal Branch and Sanctions, Treaties & Transnational Crime Branch. Malcolm’s research focuses on the politics of international law, concentrating on foreign policy ideology and comparative conceptions of law, American international legal policy, and the meaning and value of the “international rule of law.” He is a regular Australian broadcast and print media commentator.

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