Event: International Law Sanctions and Australian Courts, 1 September 2022

The International Law Association (Australian Branch) is pleased to announce an upcoming seminar that addresses the interaction of international law sanctions against Russia with Australian law and courts.

About this event

One response to gross violations of international law is the imposition of different sanctions against an offending state. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has precipitated far-reaching sanctions by countries across the world, including Australia. The ILA (Australian Branch), International Law Section of the Law Council of Australia and Marque Lawyers present a seminar addressing the interaction of international law sanctions with Australian law and court proceedings.


  • Dr Christopher Ward SC (6 St James Hall Chambers) on Autonomous Sanctions: Developments involving Russia
  • Danielle Kroon (Marque Lawyers) on Navigating the Australian Sanctions Regime
  • Chair: Damian Sturzaker (Marque Lawyers).

Date and time: 5pm (AEST) Thursday 1 September 2022

Location: Marque Lawyers (343 George St, Level 4, Sydney NSW 2000) or online

RSVP: via Eventbrite

Please note that the event is hosted at Marque Lawyers, with light refreshments available. Online participation is also possible and the link will be circulated to registrants just before the event.