Justin Hogan-Doran

Justin Hogan-Doran1998 Menzies Memorial Scholar in Law

Bachelor of Economics (Social Sciences), 1994, University of Sydney
Bachelor of Laws (Hons I), 1996, University of Sydney
Bachelor of Civil Laws (Hons I), University of Oxford
Master of Philosophy (Distinction), University of Oxford - thesis examining commercial jurisdiction in cyberspace

John Morris Prize for Conflicts of Laws, Oxford

Current position
Barrister at Law, New South Wales Bar since February 2003

Lecturer (part-time) in private international law and public international law at the University of Sydney, where he also coaches the Law School’s Jessup International Law Mooting team.

Career History
Solicitor with Mallesons Stephen Jaques in its Banking and Finance Group.
Legal Officer at the United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in The Hague.
Management Consultant for McKinsey & Co, London and Dublin.
Boston Consulting Group, Sydney, Financial Services section.
Read at the Bar with James Stevenson SC and Peter Whitford SC.

Justin was a serving member of Australian Army Special Forces (Commandos) and is currently a part-time legal officer in the Australian Army Legal Corps, posted to the ADF Military Law Centre at Randwick Barracks.


“Enforcing Australian Judgments in the United States (and vice versa) – how the long arm of Australian courts reaches across the Pacific” (forthcoming) Australian Law Journal
“Tightening up on Bankruptcy – No more easy outs” Law Society Journal, September 2003, 58
“Jurisdiction in Cyberspace: The when and where of on-line contracts” (2003) 77 Australian Law Journal 377
“Murder as a Crime under International Law and the Statute of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia: Of Law, Legal Language, and a Comparative Approach to Legal Meaning” (1998) 11 Leiden Journal of International Law 165-81.
“Aggression as a crime under International Law and the Prosecution of Individuals by the Proposed International Criminal Court” (1996) 43 Netherlands International Law Review 321-51 (1996)
Assistant editor of P Parkinson (ed), Principles of Equity (1 ed, 1996)

Areas of Professional Interest
International commercial litigation and arbitration

March 2004