Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Laws, University of Melbourne; Master of Environmental Law, University of Sydney; Doctor of Philosophy in Regulation,
Michael is a visitor at RegNet after graduating in 2016 with his doctoral thesis, Bridging the divide: criminal justice cooperation between Australia and Indonesia. Prior to commencing his PhD at RegNet in 2013 as a Sir Roland Wilson Foundation Scholar, Michael worked in the International Legal Assistance Branch of the Australian Attorney-General’s Department. In this role, he managed programs to assist Indonesia and Cambodia to strengthen their transnational crime laws. Michael previously worked at the Australian Government Solicitor. While at AGS he spent two years seconded to AusAID where he helped set up the Australian Civilian Corps.