International Visiting Teachers

More than 70 scholars and practitioners from across the world teach in the Melbourne Law Masters each year.

International visitors come from universities and organisations including the World Trade Organization, Harvard University, London School of Economics, New York University, University of Oxford and University of Cambridge, to name only a few. The opportunity to learn from such a broad range of distinguished international experts while studying in Melbourne is one of the most exciting aspects of the Melbourne Law Masters. During their time in Melbourne, many of these visitors are also associated with corresponding research groups, delivering seminars and working on joint projects.

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  • Mr Adrian Emch
    Mr Adrian Emch
    Senior Fellow (Melbourne Law Masters)
    Hogan Lovells, China
  • Dr Luis Eslava
    Dr Luis Eslava
    Senior Fellow (Melbourne Law Masters)
    University of Kent, United Kingdom
  • Professor Keith Ewing
    Professor Keith Ewing
    Senior Fellow (Melbourne Law Masters)
    King's College London, United Kingdom

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  • Mr Hassan Qaqaya
    Mr Hassan Qaqaya
    Senior Fellow (Melbourne Law Masters)
    Formerly Head, UNCTAD Competition and Consumer Policies Branch, Switzerland

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  • Mr Antony Taubman
    Mr Antony Taubman
    Senior Fellow (Melbourne Law Masters)
    World Trade Organization, Switzerland
  • Mr Paul Tracey
    Mr Paul Tracey
    Senior Fellow (Melbourne Law Masters)
    University of Salford, United Kingdom
  • Ms Jessica Twombley
    Ms Jessica Twombley
    Senior Fellow (Melbourne Law Masters)
    King's College London, United Kingdom

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  • Huan Zhu
    Huan Zhu
    Senior Fellow (Melbourne Law Masters)
    Cato Institute, United States