Tania Voon is CELIS Country Reporter for Australia.
Tania Voon is Professor and former Associate Dean (Research) at Melbourne Law School, The University of Melbourne. She was previously a Legal Officer in the WTO Appellate Body Secretariat. She has practised law with King & Wood Mallesons and the Australian Government Solicitor and taught law at the National University of Singapore, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Georgetown University, the University of Western Ontario, the University of British Columbia, and several Australian universities. She currently teaches students in the fields of international economic law, legal method and reasoning, and torts.
Tania undertook her LLM at Harvard Law School and her PhD at the University of Cambridge. She is on the Roster of Panelists for the Energy Charter Treaty and the WTO Indicative List of Panelists. She is also on the list of arbitrators under Article 304(4) of the Trade Agreement between the European Union, Colombia, Peru and Ecuador. She has provided expert advice and training to entities such as the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, the WTO, the WHO, UNCTAD, Telstra, and the McCabe Centre for Law and Cancer.
Among other publications, Tania is author of Cultural Products and the World Trade Organization (Cambridge University Press, UK, 2007), editor of Trade Liberalisation and International Co-operation: A Legal Analysis of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (Edward Elgar, UK, 2013), co-editor of Good Faith and International Economic Law (Oxford University Press, UK, 2015), and co-author of Regulatory Autonomy in International Economic Law: The Evolution of Australian Policy on Trade and Investment (Edward Elgar, UK, 2017).