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Email

ceg56@cam.ac.uk

Education CV

Qualications

  • Bachelor of Civil Law (Distinction), University of Oxford (2012)
  • Bachelor of Laws (Honours Class I), The University of Sydney (2008)
  • Bachelor of Arts (Honours Class I), The University of Sydney (2006)
  • Admitted as a Lawyer to the High Court of Australia, Federal Court of Australia and Supreme Court of New South Wales, Australia (2010)

PhD Awards

  • Gates Cambridge Scholarship funded by Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (2013 - 2016)
  • WM Tapp Studentship (Gonville and Caius College, University of Cambridge) (2013 - 2016)
  • Australian Bicentennial Scholarship Award (2013)
  • Gowrie Scholarship (2013 - 2014)

Masters Awards

  • University of Oxford Law Faculty Prize in Comparative and Global Environmental Law (2011)
  • Distinction (equivalent to Australian High Distinction standard) in every course

Undergraduate Awards

  • The Walter Reid Memorial Book Prize (2003 - 2007) - Awarded for academic excellence in a combined Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Laws
  • Honours Scholarship (2005) – Awarded to the top 50 most academic Honours students across all disciplines at The University of Sydney
  • Women's College Ingram Prize (2003) and (2004) - Awarded for achieving a High Distinction average in a Combined Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Laws (not awarded to first year students)
  • Ancient History Senior Essay Prize (2003 - shared) and (2004 - shared) – Awarded to the student with the best essay in the second or third year of their Ancient History studies
  • Leonie Hayne Prize (2002) – Awarded for best performance out of all Ancient History, Classics and Archaeology First Year students at the University of Sydney 
  • Women's College Entrance Prize (2002) – Awarded for the top 10 most academic First Year students entering the Women’s College 

Other Academic Awards

  • Australian Students' Prize (2001)
  • First in State Certificate, English (Advanced) (shared) (2001)
  • First in State Certificate, English Extension II (2001)

Professional Experience

  • Supervisor, The Law of the World Trade Organization, Small Group Teaching (2014 - present)
  • Research Fellow, The University of Melbourne (2013)
  • Solicitor in a top-tier international commercial law firm, Sydney (2008 - 2012) (with a one year Leave of Absence to study for the Bachelor of Civil Law at the University of Oxford).

 

Causation in the Law of the World Trade Organization

Summary

My thesis examines the way in which causation is embedded explicitly and implicitly into the covered agreements of the Law of the World Trade Organization.

Supervisors

Dr Lorand Bartels

Representative Publications

Book Chapters

  • T. Voon, A. Mitchell and C. Gascoigne, ‘Consumer Information, Consumer Preferences and Product Labels under the TBT Agreement,’ in Michael J. Trebilcock and Tracey Epps (eds.), Research Handbook on the WTO and Technical Barriers to Trade (2013), Edward Elgar, United Kingdom
  • I. Millar, C. Gascoigne and E. Caldwell, ‘Making Good the Loss: An Assessment of the Loss and Damage Mechanism under the UNFCCC Process,’ in Michael B. Gerrard and Gregory E. Wannier (eds.), Threatened Island Nations: Legal Implications of Rising Seas and a Changing Climate (2013), Cambridge University Press, United Kingdom

Articles in Refereed Journals

  • Miriam H. Boxberg and Catherine E. Gascoigne, 'Human Rights Law,' Cambridge Journal of International and Comparative Law (2014), 3(1), 221 - 228.

Case Notes

  • C. Gascoigne, ‘China – Measures Related to Exportation of Various Raw Materials, Report of the Appellate Body,’ (2012) 19 Australian International Law Journal, 245

Articles in Reference Works

  • Heller, Kevin Jon and Gascoigne, Catherine. 'Nuremberg Trials' in Oxford Bibliographies in International Law (ed.) Tony Carty, New York: Oxford University Press, forthcoming.

Articles in Non-refereed Journals

  • C. Gascoigne, ‘The Case for Bilateral Intellectual Property Agreements for Carbon Capture and Storage,’ (2010) July/August, China Business Law Journal 56
  • C. Gascoigne, ‘The Triumph of P. Ventidius Bassus, The Tri-Refusals of M. Vipsanius Agrippa and the Trident Imagery Resurgence,’ (2007) 33(1) Classicum 2

Conference Papers

  • I. Millar, C. Gascoigne and E. Caldwell, ‘Making Good the Loss: An Assessment of the Loss and Damage Mechanism under the UNFCCC Process’ for conference entitled, ‘Threatened Island Nations: Legal Implications of a Changing Climate,’ Columbia University, 23 – 25 May 2011
  •  C. Gascoigne and L. Godden, ‘Should Australia Have an Environmental Commissioner?,’ Environmental Defenders’ Office seminar, Environmental Defenders’ Office, Melbourne, 23 April 2013

Editor of publications

  • Cambridge Journal of International and Comparative Law (Editor: 2013 - 2014; Managing Editor: 2014 - 2015; Editor-in-Chief: 2015 - 2016)
  • Australian International Law Journal (Associate Editor: 2011 - 2013)

Start Date

Oct 2013

End date

Jun 2017