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Dr. Rishi Gulati

Dr. Rishi Gulati
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Profile: Short CV & Select Publications

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Books

Rishi Gulati, International Organisations and Access to Justice (CUP, 2022) (forthcoming)

Rishi Gulati, Thomas John and Ben Kohler (eds), Elgar Companion on the Hague Conference on Private International Law (Edward Elgar, 2020)

Refereed publications

‘Acquired Rights in International Administrative Law’, Max Planck Yearbook of United Nations Law (2021, forthcoming)

‘Judicial Independence at International Courts and Tribunals: Lessons Drawn from the Experiences of the International Court of Justice and the Appellate Body of the World Trade Organisation’ in Eric de Brabandere (ED), Comparative Procedure in Interstate Litigation (CUP, 2021) (forthcoming)

‘International Arbitration in Claims against International Organisations’, Vol 3, AIIB Yearbook of International Law (with Thomas John) (BRILL, Nijhof, 2020)

‘Guaranteeing the independence of the judges of the Multilateral Investment Court: A must for building the court’s credibility’, Columbia FDI Perspectives (2019) (with Nikos Lavranos)

‘An International Administrative Procedural Law of Fair Trial: Reality or Rhetoric?’, 21 Max Planck Yearbook of United Nations Law (2018) 210-270

‘The "One Belt, One Road" Strategy - The Role of Private International Law in Combatting and Strengthening Anti-Corruption Standards Transnationally’ in Poomintr Sooksripaisarnkit and Sai Ramani Garimella (eds), China's One Belt One Road Initiative and Private International Law (Taylor & Francis, 2018)

‘International Counter-Terrorism Regulation and Citizenship Stripping Laws’, 23 Journal of Conflict & Security Law (2018) 203-228 (with Dana Burchardt)

‘Review of Abdelaziz Megzari, The Internal Justice of the United Nations: A Critical History 1945-2015’, 86 British Yearbook of International Law (2017) 210–214

‘Survey of Developments in Australian Private International Law 2013-2014’, 32 Australian Year Book of International Law (2015) 533-560 (with Andrew Lu and Thinesh Thillainadarajah)

‘Survey of Developments in Australian Private International Law 2009¬2012’ (2014), 31 Australian Year Book of International Law (2014) 421-459 (with Andrew Lu, Thomas John and Thinesh Thillainadarajah)

‘The Relevance of Nationality in the Age of Google, Skype and Facebook’, in Kim Rubenstein and Mark Nolan (eds), Allegiance and Identity in a Globalized World, Cambridge University Press (2014), 542-567

‘Resolving Dual and Multiple Nationality Disputes in a Globalized World’, 28 Journal of Immigration, Asylum and Nationality (2014), 27-45

'Sunset Clauses in Australian Anti-Terror Laws', Adelaide Law Review (2013) 307-333 (with Nicola McGarrity and George Williams)

‘The 26/11 Terrorist Attacks and the Application of the Laws of Armed Conflict’, 10 ISIL Yearbook of International Humanitarian and Refugee Law (2012) 91-113

‘The 26/11 Mumbai Terrorist Attack: Assessing Pakistan’s Responsibility in International Law’, 51 Indian Journal of International Law (2011), 321-363

‘The Internal Dispute Resolution Mechanism of the United Nations’, 15 Max Plank Yearbook of United Nations Law (2011), 489-538

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