Co-Editor-in-Chief: Molly Thomas
Molly Thomas currently works as Legal Counsel, Investigation and Litigation Practice Group, for Global Diligence LLP in London, United Kingdom. She previously worked as a Legal Consultant on a Defence Legal Team at the International Criminal Court in The Hague, The Netherlands. She holds a Bachelor of Arts (French & Spanish) and Bachelor of Laws (Honours I) from The University of Queensland, Australia and a Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice from the College of Law. She also serves ex officio on the Management Committee of the International Law Association (Australian Branch). Her major interests are in international human rights law, international criminal law, and the intersection between public international law and legal philosophy. Molly was appointed as Assistant Editor of the ILA Reporter in November 2017 and as Editor-in-Chief in January 2019.
Co-Editor-in-Chief: Jessica Honan
Jessica Honan holds a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) in International and Comparative Law, a Bachelor of Arts in Human Rights and Arabic, and a Diploma of Languages in French from the Australian National University (2022). She currently works for the Australian Government. Her areas of interest are International Humanitarian Law, and in particular, the preservation of cultural heritage in conflict in the Middle East.
Assistant Editor: Paivi Adeniyi
Paivi Adeniyi is a final-year Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and Bachelor of Economics student at the University of Queensland. She previously served as a student editor of the Australian International Law Journal. Her interests include international arbitration, human rights and transnational crime issues arising from special economic zones, international economic law, state responsibility, jurisdictional challenges, and evidence issues before international courts and tribunals. Paivi was appointed Assistant Editor of the ILA Reporter in July 2022.
Assistant Editor: Alan Zheng
Alan Zheng is a tipstaff to a judge of the Supreme Court of New South Wales (Equity Division) in Sydney, Australia. He holds Bachelor of Arts (Government and International Relations) and Bachelor of Laws (Hons) degrees from the University of Sydney. He previously served as a student editor of the Sydney Law Review and his work has been published in the Alternative Law Journal, Competition and Consumer Law Journal and the Gazette of Law and Journalism, amongst other places. His interests include human rights law (particularly in the nexus between discrimination and violence) and the transnational dimensions of regulatory law and antitrust. Alan was appointed as Assistant Editor of the ILA Reporter in July 2022.