Dr Sanzhuan (Sandra) Guo

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20092023

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Research Biography

Sanzhuan (Sandra) is an international lawyer and human rights scholar, and an accredited immigration law specialist in Australia.  She has unique backround of academic and practical experience in international law, espeically in international migration law. She has been the Co-Rapporteur of the Committee on International Migration and International Law of the International Law Assocaition since 2021.

Research Interests

  • Public International Law
  • International Human Rights Law
  • Citizenship, Migration and Refugees

Research Collaborations

Prof Dr Thibaut Fleury Graff, Paris II, Co-Chair of the Committee on International Migration and International Law, International Law Association

Completed Supervisions

Thomas Jupe (2023):  'State Responsibility for Genocide and the Lens of State Crime: An Interdisciplinary Case Study of the Rohingya of Myanmar' (Principal Supervisor)

Elvio Anthony Sinopoli  (2023): 'Social Harm in the Australian Gig Economy: An Approach to Determine Accountability of Gig Companies and Their Algorithms for Harming Gig Workers' (Associate Supervisor)

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, Peking University Law School, 2010

Juris Doctor, Melbourne Law School, 2011

External positions

Co-Rapporteur of the Committee on International Migration and International Law, International Law Association

20212026

Supervision

  • Registered

Research Areas

  • Law

Supervisory Interests

  • Public international law
  • International human rights law
  • Citizenship
  • Chinese law
  • Immigration and refugee law

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