On 19 September, Dr Matthew Windsor presented his research on the ethics of international lawyering to an audience of over 50 government lawyers at the Australian Department for Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) and the Office of International Law within the Attorney-General’s Department.
The training session – titled ‘Government Lawyers, Legal Ethics and International Law – A Special Responsibility?’ – was conducted in DFAT’s Diplomatic Academy as part of the Trade & Investment Law Timeout (TILT) seminar series. Dr Windsor’s presentation was based on his forthcoming monograph Advising States: Government Lawyering in International Law, to be published by Oxford University Press in 2024.
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