Shane studied law and international studies as an undergraduate at the University of Adelaide between 2004 and 2010, with a year visit at the University of California, Los Angeles. During this period, Shane interned with the Centre for International Environmental Law in Washington, DC, and later with the United Nations Development Programme’s Regional Centre in Bangkok in the area of indigenous peoples rights and development in Asia and the Pacific.
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RegNet PhD scholar, Shane Chalmers has been accepted to atttend Harvard Law School’s Institute of Global Law and Policy Institute (IGLP) workshop to be held in July in Madrid, Spain.
The workshop brings scholars from around the world together for a week of collaboration and intensive debate with IGLP’s senior mentoring faculty. The core of the workshop is comprised of a series of intensive writing workshops which will facilitate peer-to-peer conversations in small groups with careful mentoring from the faculty. As part of this, participants also engage with each other and with faculty about a current research project.
During the workshop Shane will be working on developing a chapter of his thesis into an article for publication, tentatively titled ‘Civil Death in the Dominion of Freedom: Liberia and the Logic of Capital’. Congratulations to Shane on being accepted to the workshop!