Dr Ciprian Radavoi
Lecturer - School of Law
Phone: +61 02 6773 1909
Ciprian Radavoi holds a PhD in International Law from the University of International Business and Economics (Beijing, China), a Master in Asian Studies from Lund University (Sweden), and a LLB from the University of Bucharest (Romania). Prior to joining academia in 2012, Dr Radavoi was a practitioner in fields related to public international law: first in human rights litigation (2 years), then in diplomacy (12 years).
Between 2012 and 2016, at a time when he was teaching public international law in China, he successfully coached Chinese teams at Jessup Mootcourt, the most popular international competition for law schools. More recently, he was a judge in the Chinese and the Australian qualifying rounds of this global, but also – in 2018 - in the International Rounds held in Washington, DC.
Dr. Radavoi’s research interests are primarily in the areas of human rights, social justice and globalisation, and international and comparative social policy. His research has been published in law journals edited by leading publishers like Sage, Taylor and Francis, Routledge or Oxford University Press, but also in reputed law reviews in the United States.
LAW101, Law in Context (Unit Coordinator)
LAW201, Sports Law: International and Australian Issues
LAW206, Global Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and the Law
LAW324, International Investment Law
Primary Research Area/sCorporate Social Responsibility; Public International Law; Human Rights; International Investment Law and Arbitration; Law & Society
CN Radavoi & S Norris, Australian Law in Contexts: Political, Social and Global (LexisNexis, forthcoming 2020)
CN Radavoi, ‘Local Community between Government’s Assurances and Investor’s Expectations’. In Lez Rayman-Bacchus and Philip Walsh (eds.), Corporate Responsibility and Sustainable Development: Exploring the Nexus of Private and Public Interests (Routledge, 2015)
CN Radavoi & Y Bian, ‘Isomorphic Mutation and Strategic Adaptation in China's CSR Standards for Overseas Investors’. In S Idowu and B Diaz (eds), Responsible Business in a Changing Wolrd (Springer, 2019).
CN Radavoi & Y Bian, CN Radavoi & Y Bian, 'Enhancing the Responsibility of Transnational Corporations: The Case for Decoupling Environmental Issues' (2014) 16 Environmental Law Review 168.
CN Radavoi & Y Bian, ‘Why China Should Regulate Its Overseas Investors’ (2014) 5 Environmental Behavior’ 22. CN Radavoi ‘Factors Countervailing Immigrant Phobia: A Paradoxically Successful Case of Chinese Migration’ (2015) 12 Romanian Review of Political Science and International Relations 1.
CN Radavoi & Y Bian, ‘Home Countries and Transnational Bribery: China’s Changing Approach’ (2016) 1 China and WTO Review 7.
CN Radavoi, ‘The Immigration Crisis' Challenge to the Universality of Intergenerational Justice’ (2016) 10 Journal of Identity and Migration Studies 34.
CN Radavoi, ‘Fenceline Communities and Environmentally Damaging Projects: An Asymptotically Evolving Veto Right’ (2016) 29 Tulane Environmental Law Journal 1.
CN Radavoi, ‘Voluntary Engagement, Compulsory Marriage? The Necessity and Opportunity of Community-Investor Environmental Arbitration’ (2016) 12 South Carolina Journal of International Law and Business 117.
W Shumin, CN Radavoi & I Scaunasu, ‘Consolidation of Movable Security Registration: Is the Successful Romanian Model Applicable in China?’ (2017) 5 The Chinese Journal of Comparative Law 173.
CN Radavoi, ‘Thoughts in the Wake of the UN Population Prospects - 2017 Revision: Procreation-Related Internationally Wrongful Acts’ (2017) 29 Pace International Law Review 28.
CN Radavoi & Y Bian, ‘AIIB's Environmental and Social Safeguards: A Critical Discourse Analysis’ (2018) 34 Journal of International and Comparative Social Policy 1.
CN Radavoi, ‘Indirect Responsibility in Development Lending: Do Multilateral Banks Have an Obligation to Monitor Project Loans?’ (2018) 53 Texas International Law Journal 1.
CN Radavoi & L Rayman-Bacchus, ‘Advancing Culture’s role in Sustainable Development: Social Change through Cultural Policy’ (2019) 24 Journal of International Cultural Policy 1.
Clinical Skills and Experience
Human Rights, International Relations, International Law Mootcourt