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Dr Claudio Bozzi

STAFF PROFILE

Position

Lecturer

Faculty

Faculty of Business and Law

Department

Deakin Law School

Campus

Melbourne Burwood Campus

Qualifications

Graduate Certificate of Higher Education, Deakin University, 2012
Bachelor of Law(s), University of Melbourne, 2003
Doctor of Philosophy, University of Edinburgh, 2002
Bachelor of Arts, University of Melbourne, 1995

Contact

claudio.bozzi@deakin.edu.au
+61 3 924 46081

Research interests

Maritime Law
Law of the Sea
Civil Procedure
International Law
Environmental Law
Law and Technology

Affiliations

Human Research Ethics Application Committee, Deakin University, 2013-2017
International Commission of Jurists, Australia, Member, 2004- 2005
The Building Dispute Practitioners’ Society, Committee Member, 2005-2006
Buildfit, Sustainability enterprise, Director and Legal and Governance Counsel, 2016-present
Birrarung Environmental Project, Legal and Governance Counsel, 2022-present
Seqeo, Genome Sequencing, Director and Legal and Governance Counsel, 2005-2006
Australian Road Cycling, Director and Legal and Governance Counsel, 2001-2008 
Butterfly Eating Disorders Foundation, Direct Relief Committee, 2003-2006

Teaching interests

Civil Procedure
Maritime Law
Equity and Trusts
International Commercial Law

Units taught

Civil Procedure and Dispute Resolution and Policy
Civil Procedure and Dispute Resolution
Equity and Trusts
Maritime and Shipping Law
International Commercial Law and Policy
International Commercial Law
Commercial Law
Contract Law
Evidence Law and Policy
Venture Law Clinic
Environmental Law
Legal Method and Statutory Interpretation
Foundations of Law
Advanced Legal Professional Practice
Legal Professional Practice
Legal Internship

Knowledge areas

Maritime Law
Law of the Sea
Civil Procedure
Equity and Trusts
Law and Technology
Legal Education

Expertise

Maritime Law Law of the Sea Civil Procedure Equity and Trusts Law and Technology Legal Education
  • Law

Conferences

Conference Convenor
Conference Convenor, Maritime Order in the Indian Ocean: Application of UNCLOS and other legal norms in the context of emerging challenges and opportunities, International conference, Deakin University, Centre for the Legal Profession, 30 April – 1 May 2018
Keynote speakers
Prof. Donald Rothwell, ANU Law School and Prof. Steven Haines, Greenwich University
Speakers included Prof James Goldrick, Centre for the study of Armed Conflict; Dr David Brewster, National Security College, ANU; Prof Christian Bueger, Cardiff University; Prof Douglas Guilfoyle, Monash University; Prof Thean Potgeiter, Wits School of Governance, University of Witwatersrand; Dr Gulam Hussain, Bangladesh Foreign Ministry; Dr Pierre Failler, University of Portsmouth Business School; Dr Jivanta Schoettli, Institute of South Asian Studies, National University of Singapore; Dr Gayathri Iyer, Observer Research Foundation; Prof Natalie Klein, University of New South Wales, Prof Geeta Reddy Anant, Centre for Indian Ocean Studies, Osmania University; with introductions by Prof Jenni Lightowlers, Dean, and Assoc.Prof Marilyn McMahon, Deputy Dean, Deakin Law School. 

Selected Conference Papers and Public Presentations

Summations of Day’s Proceedings, Moderations of Q &A and introductions to Panels,
Maritime Order in the Indian Ocean, Deakin University, 30 April- 1 May, 2018

‘Comparative aspects of Clinical legal education: UK and Australia’, Clinical law panel, Transactional and Experiential Law Workshop, Melbourne Law School, 12 February 2018

‘New Knowledge and Changing Circumstances in the Law of the Sea’, Reykjavik, Iceland, 28-30 June 2018, The Law of the Sea Institute of Iceland and the Korea Maritime Institute

‘Emergence of clinical education in Australian law schools’, report on clinical education to a meeting of the Board of the Solicitors Regulation Authority, London, 2017

‘Dark Matter: North Korea’, Internet Freedom and the Law in Asia, Workshop, Deakin University, School of Law, Melbourne, 10-11 Dec 2012, organised with support from ARC Centre of Excellence for Creative Industries and Innovation (CCI), the Max Planck Institute, Deakin University, Australian Catholic University and Alfred Deakin Research Institute.

‘The Rhetoric of hostis humani generis and Universal Jurisdiction’, Affective States of International Criminal Justice, Conference, University of Melbourne, 2011.

‘The Introduction and Implementation of the UCP 600 Rules,’ Seminar, Victorian Chamber of Commerce, May 2008.

‘The Legal Profession as an Agent of Globalisation’, Re-Collections: Official Knowledge and the Memory of Unofficial Practices, 22nd Annual Law and Society Conference, Brisbane, 14 December, 2004

‘The Primal Scene and a Science of Law’, Mediating Law: Theory, Production, Culture,
11th International Conference of the Law and Literature Association of Australia, 30 November, 2002

Professional activities

Academic Supervisor, Alfred Deakin International Commercial Arbitration (ICA) Moot, 2016-present

Journal Editorships
Editor, Deakin Law Review, biannual peer-reviewed law Journal, 2014-2019
Editor, Melbourne Journal of International Law, biannual peer-reviewed journal, 2001

Advisory Opinion
Consultation with government legislators drafting maritime law, Indian Ocean conference 2017: A Vision for Peace, Prosperity and Progress, Colombo, Sri Lanka, India Foundation, 31 August-1 September 2017

Advisory Opinion for the International Commission of Jurists, Australia, in the appeal of Van Tuong Nguyen, 2005

Media appearances

Claudio actively engages with the wider community and the media across all platforms –
video, radio, digital and print media – on a range of current issues.

Interview with Legal affairs editor Chris Merritt and media panel discussion on women in the law and legal education, The Australian’s Law Week, Sydney, 1 November 2017
https://lawnewsroom.deakin.edu.au/articles/deakin-law-school-plays-a-key-role-in-legal-week

‘Business Ready Deakin University’s Claudio Bozzi on legal education’
October 25, 2017 - 11:26 AM, The Australian
https://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/national/businessreadydeakinuniversitysclaudiobozzionlegaleducation2/video/e0f276dde5e4f5e3c7e7f7a2f8d35e4d

‘Do lawyers need to start thinking differently?’, Video discussion of Venture law clinic
https://this.deakin.edu.au/innovation/do-lawyers-need-to-start-thinking-differently

‘New Venture Law Clinic’, Deakin Law School, 6 July 2017
https://www.facebook.com/DeakinLawSchool/videos/new-venture-law-clinic/1278568908909086/

Triple R, Radio Marinara, ‘The Xpress Pearl Disaster’, 15 August, 2021

ABC Radio, Drive with Rafael Epstein, ‘Tech Giants are Battling it Out to Supply the Global Internet Here’s why that’s a problem’, April 20, 2018

ABC Radio, Drive with Rafael Epstein, ‘Bass Strait trawling and the Fish Industry’, 2014

ABC Radio, Drive with Rafael Epstein, ‘Refugees in coastal and international waters’, July 25 2014

ABC Radio National, ‘Italian job’, Interview with James Panicchi, Sunday 23 Nov, 2008

Awards

Supreme Court Exhibition, Law School, University of Melbourne
Minter Ellison Prize, Law School, University of Melbourne
Hearn Prize, Law School, University of Melbourne
Legal Research Prize, Law School, University of Melbourne
Dwight Prize, Arts Faculty, University of Melbourne
Scutt Prize, Arts Faculty, University of Melbourne
Deakin University Media Award, 2011

Projects

RESEARCH GRANTS
Anti-Doping Research Grant (ADRG), Department of Health and Ageing, Australian
Government, ‘Doping and Australian Professional Cycling: Attitudes, Issues and a Pathway to a New Approach’, 2010-2012

Principal Supervisor
2017
Syeda Rafia Zaman. Thesis ‘Climate Change and Migration: Finding a Solution through Public Interest Litigation’, Master of Laws, Deakin Law School
Associate Supervisor
2021
Vivek Chandra  Thesis: ‘The United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) and Maritime Boundary Disputes in Areas of Hydrocarbon Potential’, Doctor of Philosophy, Deakin Law School, 2021
2020
Dakshina Chandra  Thesis ‘Next Generation of Legal Services: A Regulatory Landscape for Optimizing Futuristic Technologies’, Doctor of Philosophy, Deakin Law School

Publications

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2013

International travel and double recovery

C Bozzi

(2013), Vol. 18, pp. 27-67, Deakin Law Review, Melbourne, Vic, C1

journal article

One suit or two: preventing actions in multiple jurisdictions

C Bozzi

(2013), Vol. 87, pp. 40-43, Law institute journal, Melbourne Vic., C1

journal article
2012

I wish I was twenty one now : beyond doping in the Australian peleton

M Hardie, D Shilbury, C Bozzi, I Ware

(2012), Geelong, Vic, A1

book

Contract law : text and cases

D Thampapillai, V Tan, C Bozzi

(2012), Melbourne Vic., A1-1

book

Theories of contract law

D Thampapillai, V Tan, C Bozzi

(2012), pp. 10-22, Contract law : text and cases, South Melbourne, Vic., B1

book chapter

The positive criteria of legal norms: law between facts and norms

C Bozzi

(2012), Vol. 16, pp. 537-582, Journal jurisprudence, Melbourne, Vic., C1

journal article

Funded Projects at Deakin

No Funded Projects at Deakin found

Supervisions

Principal Supervisor
2017

Syeda Rafia Zaman

Thesis entitled: Climate Change and Migration: Finding a Solution through Public Interest Litigation

Master of Laws, Deakin Law School

Associate Supervisor
2021

Vivek Chandra

Thesis entitled: The United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) and Maritime Boundary Disputes in Areas of Hydrocarbon Potential

Doctor of Philosophy, Deakin Law School

2020

Dakshina Chandra

Thesis entitled: Next Generation of Legal Services: A Regulatory Landscape for Optimizing Futuristic Technologies

Doctor of Philosophy, Deakin Law School