LLB (UWA), LLB (Monash), LLM, PhD (Melbourne)
Law and Legal Studies

Professor Judith Gardam is Professor Emerita of International Law at the Law School, University of Adelaide. Her particular areas of expertise are international humanitarian law and the international law regulating the use of force. The majority of her research work over the years has involved investigating legal strategies to improve the protection of civilians, in particular women, from the impact of armed conflict. She is also currently working on projects relating to energy, sustainable development, poverty and human rights.

  • Professor Emerita (2011-present), University of Adelaide
  • Professor (2006 - 2011), University of Adelaide
  • Reader (1996 - 2005), University of Adelaide
  • Senior Lecturer (1989 - 2005), University of Adelaide
  • Lecturer (1987 - 1988), University of Melbourne
  • Senior Tutor (1985 - 1986), Monash University

Judith Gardam (2010), War, Law, Terror, Nothing New for Women, in 32 Australian Feminist Law Journal, pp 61-76. Griffith Law School, Griffith University: Socio-Legal Research Centre

Judith Gardam and Adrian Bradbrook (2010), Energy and Poverty: A Proposal to Harness International Law to Advance Universal Access to Modern Energy Service, in LVII Netherlands International Law Review, pp 1-28. The Netherlands: T M Asser Institute

Judith Gardam (2009), Crimes Involving Disproportionate Means and Methods of Warfare Under the Statute of the International Criminal Court, in The Legal Regime of the International Criminal Court: Essays in Honour of Professor Igor Blischenko, J Doria et al (eds). The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff Publishing

Judith Gardam, Adrian Bradbrook, Monique Cormier (2008), A Human Dimension to the Energy Debate: Access to Modern Energy Services, in 26 Journal of Energy and National Resource Law, Nigel Barnes (ed). United Kingdom: International Bar Association