Harry is a Senior Lecturer in the UTS Faculty of Law. Harry teaches and researches in the fields of public law, the rights of Indigenous peoples, and international law, with a particular focus on Indigenous-State treaty making.
Harry has published over 35 academic papers in leading international and domestic journals. His scholarship has appeared in the International Journal of Constitutional Law, the Sydney Law Review, the University of Melbourne Law Review, the University of Toronto Law Journal, the Leiden Journal of International Law, and the Chicago Journal of International Law, among others. He is the author of Treaty (Federation Press, 2nd ed, 2020) (with George Williams), Indigenous Aspirations and Structural Reform in Australia (Hart Publishing, 2021) and co-editor of Treaty-Making Two Hundred and Fifty Years Later (Federation Press, forthcoming) (with Alison Whittaker and Lindon Coombes).
Prior to joining UTS, Harry worked in the Parliamentary Joint Committee of Human Rights, the ACT Human Rights Commission, and as the Legal Research Officer at the High Court of Australia. He has a PhD from the University of New South Wales, a LLM (International Legal Studies) from New York University where he was awarded the Jerome Lipper Prize, and a BA/LLB (Honours) from the Australian National University.