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Dr Julia Jabour

Dr Julia Jabour
 
Dr Julia Jabour teaches Antarctic law and policy in the Institute of Antarctic and Southern Ocean Studies’ Undergraduate and Honours programs. She is also Deputy Leader of the Policy Program at the Antarctic Climate and Ecosystems CRC and leader of project “Management of Marine Living Resources in the Southern Ocean”. She has the roles of Graduate Research Coordinator and Honours Coordinator.

Dr Jabour was a member of the Australian delegation to Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meetings in St Petersburg in 2001 and Madrid in 2003. She has been to Antarctica 5 times, visiting Casey Station in the Australian Antarctic Territory, the Antarctic Peninsula and the Ross Sea region of East Antarctica. She has lectured on Antarctic cruise ships departing from Ushuaia in Argentina, Hobart and Lyttleton in NZ.

Her research interests include Antarctic, international and maritime law and policy; international relations; tourism; science communication; and ethics.

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