BA/ LL B (Hons), The University of Queensland; Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice, Australian National University; Admitted to practise, Supreme Court of Queensland; Dr iur summa cum laude, University of Hamburg; Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (UK)
Brooke Marshall is a Lecturer in Law at the University of New South Wales. She researches and teaches in the areas of private international law (conflict of laws), comparative law, international commercial arbitration and contract law. Before joining the University, she worked in Hamburg as a Senior Research Fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law.
Outside academia, Brooke has practised as a litigation lawyer at Allens Linklaters, Brisbane, and worked at the Dutch intergovernmental organization, the Hague Conference on Private International Law.
She is a laureate of The Hague Academy of International Law Diploma (2016), and of the ICC Institute of World Business Law Prize (2021) for her doctoral thesis on the topic of asymmetric jurisdiction clauses.
2021 UNSW Law Faculty Research Grant (RSP)
2019 UNSW Law Faculty Research Grant (RSP)
ICC Institute of World Business Law Prize (2021)
Honourable Mention, Australian Legal Research Awards, Article/Chapter (ECR) Award category (2020)
Diploma of The Hague Academy of International Law (Private International Law) (2016)
Peter Nygh Hague Conference Internship Award (2013)
International Law Competitive Moot (LAWS3086, JURD7610)
International Commercial Mediation Competition (LAWS3510/JURD7610)
Honours Research Thesis (LAWS3901)
Research Thesis (LAWS8423)
Conflict of Laws (LAWS3382, JURD7482)
Law in the Global Context and Legal Research and Writing: Stage III (LAWS7270, JURD7270)