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Gerry Simpson

Gerry Simpson holds the Kenneth Bailey Chair of Law at Melbourne Law School, the University of Melbourne, where he is Director of the Asia Pacific Centre for Military Law, and convener of The Global Justice Studio. He is a Visiting Professor of Public International Law at the London School of Economics, where he held a Chair until 2009, and is currently an AFP/Open Society Fellow (based in Tbilisi, Georgia). His latest books, The Sentimental Life of International Law: Literature, Language and Longing in Global Politics and Lawful Interregnum: Cold War International Law (with Matt Craven and Sundhya Pahuja are published by Oxford and Cambridge University Presses respectively. He is currently working on a book entitled The Atomics: Life and Death at the End of the Earth. Gerry is a Fellow of the British Academy.

Gerry Simpson

Publications View All

  • Who’s Afraid of International Law?

    Raimond Gaita and Gerry Simpson

Events

Turning Points: Book launch (Melbourne, invitation only)

The East Melbourne Library

Brenda Niall will launch Turning Points: 25 Remarkable Australians and the Moments that Changed Their Lives, edited by Mary Ryllis Clark, to be followed by a panel discussion featuring Margaret Leggatt...

Monash University Publishing will close on Wednesday 21 December and reopen on Tuesday 3 January 2023. The last date for online orders to be shipped is Friday 16 December 2022.