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New Chambers welcomes Emma Dunlop

New Chambers warmly welcomes Emma Dunlop.

Emma was called to the Bar in 2022 and is currently at the end of her readership.

Before being called to the Bar, Emma worked within the Directorate for Legal Affairs of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD); was an individual contractor in the Presidency Legal and Enforcement Unit of the International Criminal Court, Office of the Presidency; and was sponsored by the University of Oxford to complete a nine-month traineeship at the International Court of Justice, assisting Vice President Sepúlveda-Amor and Judge Keith.

She has taught Federal Constitutional Law; Court Process, Evidence and Proof; and Law in the Global Context at the UNSW Faculty of Law and Justice.

Emma holds a PhD in International law, for which she received a Dean’s Award for Outstanding PhD thesis.

For briefing enquiries, availability and fees, please contact the Clerk, Angela Noakes.

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