Antarctic Law Researcher, PhD Candidate, Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies and the Antarctic Climate and Ecosystems CRC, University of Tasmania
Indi Hodgson-Johnston lectures and tutors in Antarctic studies and various areas of law at the University of Tasmania. She's attended Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meetings and the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources Meetings as a rapporteur, has provided legal advice on maritime security issues, and previously worked for the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service in the Southern Ocean.
She is currently completing her PhD in Public International Law at the Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies and Antarctic Climate and Ecosystems CRC in Australia. She holds honours degrees in Public Policy, Law, and Antarctic Studies and has been admitted to the Supreme Court of Tasmania as a barrister and solicitor.
Her research interests include the peaceful resolution of territorial and delimitation disputes; illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing in the Southern Ocean; environmental protection and security in the Antarctic Treaty area; regional development policies in Tasmania; earth and marine observing systems; and, improving communication between scientists and law and policy-makers.
Sessional Lecturer, University of Tasmania
Research assistant, University of Tasmania
Tutor, Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies
Expert, Polar Research & Policy Initiative
PhD Candiate, Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies
Technical Content, Integrated Marine & Observing System
University of Tasmania, B. Antarctic S. (Honours)
Tasmanian Legal Practice Course, Grad Dip Legal Practice
University of Tasmania, B. Arts (Public Policy), LL.B (Honours)
Cleaning up after human activity in Antarctica: legal obligations and remediation realities, Restoration Ecology
Book review: Science, technology, and new challenges to ocean law, Australian Journal of Maritime & Ocean Affairs
Australian politics and Antarctic sovereignty: themes, protagonists and antagonists, Australian Journal of Maritime and Ocean Affairs
The laws of territorial acquisition as applied to claims to Antarctic territory: a review of legal scholarship, Yearbook of Polar Law
Antarctic rubbish tips: Australia’s international obligations, Australian Environment Review
Association of Polar Early Career Scientists
Australia New Zealand Society of International Law