Nicola Claire Strain
Nicola Strain is a Doctoral Research Fellow at PluriCourts. Her research interests include trade law, investment law and international dispute settlement.
Nicola holds a Master of Law degree (LLM) from the University of Cambridge (2017 - 2018), specialising in International Law. Previously, she obtained the Bachelor of Laws (LLB, First Class Honours) and Bachelor of Arts (BA, First Class Honours) from the University of Western Australia (2007 - 2012). Nicola is also an experienced lawyer, having held legal positions in Australia.
Nicola is working on an interdisciplinary research project evaluating the legitimacy of international courts and tribunals as well as completing her doctoral thesis on the jurisdiction and applicable law of the WTO and investment tribunals to decide other public international law norms.
She is writing under the supervision of Professor Freya Baetens.
- Strain, Nicola Claire (2019). Regulating Collective Resources under Multilateral Treaties: The Decision in Whaling in the Antarctic (Australia v Japan). Melbourne Journal of International Law. ISSN 1444-8602. 20(2), s 572- 597
- Strain, Nicola Claire (2021). Shai Dothan, International Judicial Review: When Should International Courts Intervene?. Leiden Journal of International Law. ISSN 0922-1565. 34(1), s 271- 274 . doi: 10.1017/S0922156520000576
- Strain, Nicola Claire (2020). Assessing emergencies before investor-state arbitral tribunals: BITs fit for purpose to address global health pandemics?.
- Strain, Nicola Claire (2020). Confusion and Uncertainty in Procedure: The Forgotten Problem of Jurisdiction and Applicable Law in International Economic Disputes.
- Strain, Nicola Claire (2019). The Murky Waters of Jurisdiction and Applicable Law in International Economic Disputes.
- Strain, Nicola Claire (2019). The Murky Waters of Jurisdiction and Applicable Law in International Economic Disputes. Show summary