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Gwynn MacCarrick

Dr Gwynn MacCarrick BA(Hons) LLB Grad Cert Leg Prac. IDHA., Grad Cert Higher Ed., PhD is an international criminal law and environmental law expert. She is a Research Fellow with the Policy Innovation Hub, Griffith University and adjunct researcher with James Cook University. Gwynn was Amicus Curiae to the International Monsanto Tribunal advising on the question of Ecocide. She appeared as Defence counsel before the UN Special Panel for Serious Crimes in East Timor and worked with the Office of the Prosecutor at the UN Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia. Gwynn has many years' experience as a legal academic and in legal practice.

Author's website: Gwynn MacCarrick Staff Profile

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