Claerwen O’Hara (she/they) is a Lecturer in Law at La Trobe University, Co-Chair of the ANZSIL Gender, Sexuality and International Law Interest Group, and a member of the Editorial Board of the Australian Feminist Law Journal. Claerwen researches in the fields of international human rights law and international economic law, with a focus on themes of difference and dissent, the constitutive effect of law, and the relationship between law and power. Claerwen has a particular interest in legal issues relating to sexuality, gender and political economy, and their research draws on insights from a range of critical approaches to international law, including queer, feminist and decolonial theory. Claerwen holds a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Arts (hons) from Monash University and a Masters in Public International Law (cum laude) from Leiden University. They are currently completing a PhD at Melbourne Law School. Outside of their research, Claerwen has worked at the Supreme Court of Victoria, the Victorian Law Reform Commission and the Victorian Department of Justice and Community Safety.
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