International Refugee Law and the Protection of Stateless PersonsDe (autor) Michelle Foster, Hélène Lambert
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Michelle Foster is a Professor and the inaugural Director of the Peter McMullin Centre on Statelessness at Melbourne Law School. Michelle has published widely in the field of international refugee law, including International Refugee Law and Socio-Economic Rights: Refuge from Deprivation (CUP, 2007) and, with James Hathaway, The Law of Refugee Status, Second Edition, (CUP, 2014). Michelle has undertaken consultancy work for the United NationsHigh Commissioner for Refugees, and training of refugee tribunal members in New Zealand and Australia. She is Editor in Chief (with Laura van Waas) of the Statelessness and Citizenship Review. Michelle is also an Advisory Board Member of the Melbourne Journal of International Law, an Associate Member of theInternational Association of Refugee and Migration Law Judges, and joint case editor (with Professor Hélène Lambert) of the International Journal of Refugee Law. Dr Hélène Lambert is Professor of Law at the University of Technology Sydney (2019-) and Professor of International Law at the University of Westminster in London (2007-). She has also held visiting fellowships at the University of Melbourne Law School (2015) and the Refugee Studies Centre (University of Oxford, 1999). Hélène has been a consultant for the Council of Europe, the UNHCR, and the Swedish Ministry of Justice. She has published numerous books and articles onrefugee law and human rights, as well as on international law and international relations. She is currently working on a collaborative project on The Concept of Imminence in the International Protection of Refugees and Other Forced Migrants, with Professor Jane McAdam (Law, University of New South Wales) and ProfessorMichelle Foster funded by an Australian Research Council Discovery Grant (2016-2019).