James Munro has worked as a lawyer at the World Trade Organization on international trade litigation at both the panel and appellate stages. He has also practised in the fields of international trade and investment law for the Australian Government, including advising on the compatibility of major policy reforms with international economic law, as well as on free trade agreements and serving as negotiator and legal counsel on various major trade and environment treaty negotiations. As the principal legal counsel to Australia’s Anti-Dumping Commission, James ran the practice advising on investigations into allegations of unfair international trade. James has published a number of peer-reviewed contributions on subjects relating to international trade and investment law, and holds a PhD from the University of Melbourne in this field.
Melbourne Law Masters