LLM (Class I), University of Cambridge; GDLP, College of Law Sydney; BA (Distinction) / LLB (Hons I), University of New South Wales
Natasha Naidu is a research associate at the School of Global and Public Law at the Faculty of Law & Justice. Natasha has previously worked as an associate at the Supreme Court of New South Wales, as a legal consultant at a Cambodian anti-human trafficking NGO and at the Khmer Rouge Tribunal in Cambodia. Natasha has served as editor for the UNSW Law Journal and the Cambridge Journal of International Law. She has recently completed her LLM at the University of Cambridge as the Lionel Murphy Scholar. Natasha has been published in the Journal of International Criminal Justice, New Mandala and more. Her research interest is in the rule of law in South and Southeast Asia.
Natasha is the Digital Officer of the Asian Studies Association of Australia. In this role, Natasha serves as the Editor of the Association's blog, Asian Currents, and Assistant Editor of the Asian Studies Review. Natasha is also a member of the Southeast Asia Law and Policy Forum.
Natasha is working with Professor Melissa Crouch on the ARC-funded project Constitutional Change in Authoritarian Regimes and the DFAT-funded project Reimagining Vulnerability in Light of COVID-19 in Sri Lanka, Myanmar and Indonesia.
2021-22, Masters Essay Prize, Gonville and Caius College, University of Cambridge
2019, UNSW Law Dean's List for Outstanding Academic Achievement
2016, UNSW Arts and Social Sciences Dean's List for Outstanding Academic Achievement
2013, UNSW Academic Achievement Award
I am involved as a research associate on two main projects: