Meet the new members of the ANZSIL Perspective editorial team

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Caroline and Alberto join the editorial reviewers

Dr. Caroline Foster is Acting Director at the New Zealand Centre for Environmental Law (NZCEL) at the University of Auckland Law Faculty. She recently completed a new monograph Global Regulatory Standards in Environmental and Health Disputes: Regulatory Coherence, Due Regard and Due Diligence (Oxford University Press, 2021) complementing her previous book with Cambridge University Press Science, Proof and Precaution in International Courts and Tribunals: Expert Evidence, Burden of Proof and Finality. She teaches international law in the LLB and international dispute settlement in the LLM as well as on a range of international environmental law topics in the advanced international law LLB course.

A Colombian and Canadian national based in Aotearoa New Zealand, Dr Alberto Alvarez-Jimenez (he/him) is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Waikato. His interest in international law stems from his life experience in several continents. His research is interdisciplinary and includes: economics, political science, literature and art. It has appeared, among others, in AJIL, EJIL, JIEL and ICLQ. He speaks Spanish, English and French and enjoys architecture and music.

Bec and Daye join Felicity as sub-editors

Bec previously worked across the Attorney-General’s, Defence and Home Affairs portfolios. There, Bec led complex investigations into money laundering / terrorism financing, sexual servitude, casino-enabled crime and transnational drugs trafficking. Bec also advised successive Ministers on CBRNE (chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, explosive) developments and threat architecture. Bec holds a Bachelor of Arts (Behavioural Studies and International Politics) from Monash University, a Masters of Military Studies from the ANU and is currently obtaining a Juris Doctor. Bec lives on Gimuy, of the Yidiny peoples. 

Daye is a barrister at the Victorian Bar in Australia specialising in administrative, criminal, and human rights law. She is also a PhD candidate at the Michael Kirby Centre for Public Health and Human Rights at Monash University, where she is researching restorative justice for sexual and family violence. She investigates international crimes with the Citizens’ Alliance for North Korean Human Rights based in South Korea. She is translating all available North Korean laws into English at For her work, she won the International Bar Association Outstanding Young Lawyer Award in 2020.

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