BA, LLB (Hons), Melbourne
LLM, SJD, Harvard
Fleur Johns is Professor in the Faculty of Law at UNSW Sydney working in international law, legal theory and law and technology. She is also an Australian Research Council Future Fellow and, in 2021-2022, a Visiting Professor at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden. She has published four books and has a forthcoming monograph under contract with Oxford University Press entitled #Help: The Digital Transformation of Humanitarianism and the Future of Global Order. Fleur has held visiting appointments in Europe, the UK, the US and Canada and currently serves on the editorial board of the American Journal of International Law and the journal Technology and Regulation as well as being an Advisory Editor for the London Review of International Law and the Australian Feminist Law Journal and a member of the Editorial Committee for the Routledge Book Series: Politics of Transnational Law. Fleur is a graduate of Melbourne University (BA, LLB(Hons)) and Harvard University (LLM, SJD; Menzies Scholar; Laylin Prize). Prior to entering academia, Fleur practised corporate law in New York, specialising in international project finance in Latin America; she remains admitted to practice at the New York Bar. Fleur is a Fellow of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia. Within UNSW she is affiliated with the Allens Hub for Technology, Law and Innovation and is an associate of the Australian Human Rights Institute.
Fleur has three school-aged children and worked part-time (approximately half-time) between 2005 and 2013.
Fleur's full CV may be downloaded here.
Fulbright Scholar Award (declined) 2019-2020
Robert Gordon Menzies Scholarship, Harvard University 1995-1996
Robert Laylin Prize, Harvard University 1996
Elected LLM class speaker, Harvard University Commencement 1996
Robert Craig Exhibition for Current International Legal Problems, University of Melbourne, 1994
Schutt Trust Fellowship, Trinity College, University of Melbourne, 1991
Price Waterhouse Prize for Contracts, University of Melbourne, 1990