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Rose, Gregory L. Prof

Member - ANCORS

  • School of Law
  • ANCORS Research Strength
  • Faculty of Business and Law

Overview


Gregory Rose is seconded to the Australian National Centre for Ocean Resources and Security (ANCORS) from the School of Law at the University of Wollongong, where he is a Professor. In the School of Law, he taught mostly Administrative Law, International Environmental Law and International Criminal Law.  His research expertise is in international law, particularly marine environmental protection and national security.

At ANCORS, Greg is a long-standing member and teaches in the areas of Law of the Sea, International Fisheries Law, and Fisheries Crime Prosecution. His areas of current research include international law relating to fisheries, environmental governance and transnational crime. He is an Associate Editor of the Yearbook of International Environmental Law, and a Member of the Board of Editors of the Review of European Comparative and International Environmental Law.

Greg is currently chair of the University of Wollongong Academic Senate. He has a history of administration in the University (e.g. Deputy Chair of Academic Senate 2014-2017, Chair of Thesis Examination Committee 2008-2010) and was Discipline Leader in Law 2014-2016. 

Greg combines academic knowledge with practical experience as an international lawyer. He was Head of the Trade, Environment and Nuclear Law Unit in the Legal Office of the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade 1994-1998 and has undertaken many consultancies in international environmental law, particularly for the UN Environment Programme. His experience includes training officers of the Royal Australian Navy in legal aspects of maritime security and delivering counter-terrorism law training courses to government officials in South East Asia for the Australian government.

Top Publications


Research Overview


  • Research Interests

    Greg’s two most recent books are Detention in International Military Operations: the Future Law Rose G. and B. Oswald (ed.s) Martinus Nijhoff 2016; Following the Proceeds of Environmental Crime: Forests Fish and Filthy Lucre Rose G. (ed.) Routledge 2014.

    In the area of environmental protection, Greg’s recent journal and chapter publications focus on transnational environmental crime and mechanisms for the effective implementation of international environmental standards. He also publishes on the regulation of counter-terrorism and political violence, particularly the handling and transfer in international military operations of detainees and international legal cooperation for law enforcement in the area of national security.

    Current Research Projects

    Greg is currently researching the universalisation of enforcement mechanisms to suppress transnational fisheries crimes. As well, he is examining interactions between development assistance funding and counter-terrorism financing.

Selected Publications


Impact Story


  • <p>Consultancy to redraft Myanmar laws on wildlife trafficking and to raise awareness of Myanmar national officials concerning transnational wildlife trafficking crimes.</p>

Potential Supervision Topics


  • International law and Australian law relating to marine resources, environmental protection, transnational crime, terrorism, maritime security and domestic implementation of international legal standards.

Advisees


  • Graduate Advising Relationship

    Degree Research Title Advisee
    Doctor of Philosophy Will private property rights ‘trump’ public rights to use coastal land, under climate change conditions? Corkill, John

Teaching Overview


  • Completed Doctoratal Supervisions

    Kiratipong Neuwmalee – Arbitration of National Appropriation of Foreign Investments 2017
    Huey-Shian Chung – Environmental Justice in Marine Protected Areas Policy 2017
    Stuart Groombridge – Influences on Emergence and Structure of Terrorist Groups 2016
    Keely Boom – Litigation and Legal Responsibility for Climate Change-related Damage 2013
    Selvie Sinaga – Intellectual Property Rights in Traditional Indonesian Industries 2012
    Joytishna Jit – Law and Policy for Turtle Conservation: Asia Pacific Case 2012
    Mikhail Kashubsky – Legal aspects of the offshore petroleum security regime in Australia 2012
    Jane Mbendo – Utilization of Tuna resources under Kenyan Jurisdiction 2011
    Thi Mai Hanh Do – Application of Legal Precedents in Vietnam 2009
    Anthony Morrison – Places of Refuge for Ships 2009
    Alaeldin Maghaireh - Cybercrime search and seizure procedures 2009
    Linda Tucker - Implementation in Australia of the convention on endangered species 2009
    Phuong Hoa Nguyen Thi - UN drug control convention implementation in Vietnam 2008
    Afroza Begum - Women’s human rights in Bangladesh 2004
    Daud Hassan - International regulation of land-based sources of marine pollution 2003

Full Name


  • Gregory L Rose

Mailing Address


  • ANCORS, Room 109 ITAMS Building 233

    Innovation Campus, University of Wollongong

    Wollongong

    New South Wales

    2522

    Australia

Top Publications


Research Overview


  • Research Interests

    Greg’s two most recent books are Detention in International Military Operations: the Future Law Rose G. and B. Oswald (ed.s) Martinus Nijhoff 2016; Following the Proceeds of Environmental Crime: Forests Fish and Filthy Lucre Rose G. (ed.) Routledge 2014.

    In the area of environmental protection, Greg’s recent journal and chapter publications focus on transnational environmental crime and mechanisms for the effective implementation of international environmental standards. He also publishes on the regulation of counter-terrorism and political violence, particularly the handling and transfer in international military operations of detainees and international legal cooperation for law enforcement in the area of national security.

    Current Research Projects

    Greg is currently researching the universalisation of enforcement mechanisms to suppress transnational fisheries crimes. As well, he is examining interactions between development assistance funding and counter-terrorism financing.

Selected Publications


Impact Story


  • <p>Consultancy to redraft Myanmar laws on wildlife trafficking and to raise awareness of Myanmar national officials concerning transnational wildlife trafficking crimes.</p>

Potential Supervision Topics


  • International law and Australian law relating to marine resources, environmental protection, transnational crime, terrorism, maritime security and domestic implementation of international legal standards.

Advisees


  • Graduate Advising Relationship

    Degree Research Title Advisee
    Doctor of Philosophy Will private property rights ‘trump’ public rights to use coastal land, under climate change conditions? Corkill, John

Teaching Overview


  • Completed Doctoratal Supervisions

    Kiratipong Neuwmalee – Arbitration of National Appropriation of Foreign Investments 2017
    Huey-Shian Chung – Environmental Justice in Marine Protected Areas Policy 2017
    Stuart Groombridge – Influences on Emergence and Structure of Terrorist Groups 2016
    Keely Boom – Litigation and Legal Responsibility for Climate Change-related Damage 2013
    Selvie Sinaga – Intellectual Property Rights in Traditional Indonesian Industries 2012
    Joytishna Jit – Law and Policy for Turtle Conservation: Asia Pacific Case 2012
    Mikhail Kashubsky – Legal aspects of the offshore petroleum security regime in Australia 2012
    Jane Mbendo – Utilization of Tuna resources under Kenyan Jurisdiction 2011
    Thi Mai Hanh Do – Application of Legal Precedents in Vietnam 2009
    Anthony Morrison – Places of Refuge for Ships 2009
    Alaeldin Maghaireh - Cybercrime search and seizure procedures 2009
    Linda Tucker - Implementation in Australia of the convention on endangered species 2009
    Phuong Hoa Nguyen Thi - UN drug control convention implementation in Vietnam 2008
    Afroza Begum - Women’s human rights in Bangladesh 2004
    Daud Hassan - International regulation of land-based sources of marine pollution 2003

Full Name


  • Gregory L Rose

Mailing Address


  • ANCORS, Room 109 ITAMS Building 233

    Innovation Campus, University of Wollongong

    Wollongong

    New South Wales

    2522

    Australia

Research Areas