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PhD Candidate in Law, St John's College, University of Cambridge, 2012 15

Undertaking research on the legality of espionage under international law

J C Hall Scholarship, St John’s College; Honorary Poynton Australia Scholarship, Cambridge Commonwealth Trust

Winner, American Society of International Law Essay Competition (Interest Group on International Refugee Law), 2014

Graduate Exchange Student, Harvard Law School, January–April 2015

Grant from Simón Bolívar Fund and Santander Travel Fund, awarded by the Cambridge Centre for Latin American Studies, for fieldwork in Brazil, 2014

Editor-in-Chief, Cambridge Journal of International and Comparative Law. 2014–15 (Managing Editor and Conference Convenor, 2013–14)

Hardwicke Entrance Award, The Honourable Society of Lincoln's Inn, 2015

Admitted as a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of New South Wales, April 2013

Bachelor of Arts (Hons I)/Bachelor of Laws (Hons I), University of Sydney, 2005–10

First Class Honours in Bachelor of Laws, second-place ranking

First Class Honours and University Medal in History, Bachelor of Arts

Winner, Governor-General’s Undergraduate Essay Competition, Constitutional Education Fund of Australia, 2011: best undergraduate essay in Australia

Convocation Medal for Undergraduate Achievement, University of Sydney, 2011: academic excellence and contribution to the divese life of the university

Boston Consulting Group Undergraduate Scholarship, 2009: outstanding academic achievement, leadership, creativity and teamwork

Undergraduate supervision: International Law, St John's College, Lent Term 2014

LLM small group teaching: The Law of Armed Conflict, the Use of Force and Peacekeeping, Faculty of Law, Lent Term 2014

Research Assistant on the Transitions Project, Lauterpacht Centre for International Law, February 2014–ongoing

Co-Chair, Cambridge Pro Bono Project, 2013–14 (Executive Committee Member 2012–13)

Chair, Cambridge Death Penalty Clinic, 2013–14 (Executive Committee Member 2013–14)

Legal clerk and research intern, Capital Post-Conviction Project of Louisiana, New Orleans, June–September 2011

Affiliate, Sydney Centre of International Law, appointed 2011

Research Assistant to Professor Ben Saul, University of Sydney, March 2010–February 2012

Research Assistant to Professor Jane McAdam, University of New South Wales, April–December 2011

Mary Crock, Naomi Hart and Ron McCallum AO, "War, Law and Disability: Ensuring Equality in Situations of Crisis" in David Mitchell and Valerie Kerr (eds), Crises, Conflict and Disability: Ensuring Equality (Routledge, 2014)

Ivan Shearer and Naomi Hart, “The Engagement of Asia-Pacific States with the UN Human Rights Committee: Reporting and Individual Petitions” in Hitoshu Nasu and Ben Saul (eds), Human Rights in the Asia-Pacific Region (Routledge, 2011)

Naomi Hart and Sriram Srikumar, "Investor-State Arbitration before the High Court of Singapore: Territory, Nationality and Arbitrability" (2015) 4 Cambridge Journal of International and Comparative Law (forthcoming)

Naomi Hart, Mary Crock, Ron McCallum AO and Ben Saul, “Making Every Life Count: Ensuring Equality for Persons with Disabilities in Emergency Situations” (2014) 40 Monash Law Review 148

Naomi Hart, “Plaintiff M70/2011 v Minister for Immigration and Citizenship; Plaintiff M106/2011 v Minister for Immigration and Citizenship. Casenote” (2011) 18 Australian International Law Journal 207

Naomi Hart, “Headnote: Habib v Commonwealth ”, Oxford University Press International Law in Domestic Courts database, 2010

Naomi Hart, “Headnote: The Queen v Tang ”, Oxford University Press International Law in Domestic Courts database, 2010

Naomi Hart and Ben Saul, “The Tokyo International Military Tribunal: A Reappraisal (Book Review)” (2009) 16 Australian International Law Journal 295

Naomi Hart, “Separating the Inquest from the Trial: The Mulrunji Case” (2009) 7(10) Indigenous Law Bulletin 23

Contributor, "International Law in Australian Courts", Australian Yearbook of International Law (2008-10)

Naomi Hart, “Exercising ‘those faculties most which they desire in their offspring’: enlisting parents in the crusade against vice” (2008) 27 Australasian Journal of American Studies 37

Naomi Hart, "Head of State Immunity for Defamatory Statements", Cambridge Journal of International and Comparative Law (19 December 2014)

Naomi Hart, "Iran's 'Troubling' UN Mission Appointments and America's Host State Duties", Cambridge Journal of International and Comparative Law (16 April 2014)

"Espionage and International Law: Doctrine and Compliance", American Society of International Law Mid-Year Research Forum (6–8 November 2014, Chicago)

"Espionage and International Law: Exceptions to the Prohibition on Interference in Internal Affairs", Society of Legal Scholars Annual Conference, International Law Section (9–10 September 2014, Nottingham)

“Complementary Protection and the International Outlook of Domestic Courts”, University of Oslo: Transnational Judicial Dialogue – Concept, Method, Extent, Effects (21–22 June 2013)

“Intelligence Collection during Armed Conflict: Civilians Directly Participating in Hostilities”, Queen Mary Postgraduate Legal Research Conference: Reinvigorating Legal Thought in Times of Change (6 June 2013)

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