Brett is a part-time D.Phil candidate at the Centre for Criminology at Oxford University and a full-time international energy and trade lawyer. Prior to commencing his D.Phil, Brett completed the MSc in Criminology and Criminal Justice (2007) at Oxford, receiving the Roger Hood Prize for the best performance in the MSc. Brett also completed the MSt in International Human Rights Law (2011) at Oxford as a Clarendon Scholar winning the Morris Prize for the best performance in the MSt. Brett’s other qualifications include a Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology) from Bond University, a Juris Doctor from the University of Queensland and an MBA(Exec) from the Australian Graduate School of Management.

Brett's D.Phil is being supervised by Professor Carolyn Hoyle and Dr Nazila Ghanea.



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Business and Human Rights, Indigenous Rights, Genocide, Transitional Justice, Modern Slavery & Supply Chains.

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