PhD candidate in Law and Sessional Lecturer in American Politics, University of Melbourne

Jonathan is currently a PhD candidate in law at the University of Melbourne where he also lectures in politics.

Prior to commencing his PhD, he worked as a Research Associate and Special Assistant to Ambassador Morton Abramowitz, at The Century Foundation in Washington DC from 2006–08, as Congressional Liaison Officer at the Embassy of Australia in Washington DC from 2008–2011, and was a consultant for United Nation’s Secretary General’s Special Representative for Children and Armed Conflict in 2010.

Jonathan was awarded the Rotary World Peace Fellow; Human Rights Fellow from the University of California, Berkeley; and the Rufus Davis Memorial Prize for Politics from Monash University.

Experience

  • –present
    PhD candidate in Law and Sessional Lecturer in American Politics, University of Melbourne, University of Melbourne

Education

  • 2006 
    University of California, Berkeley, LL.M.