Adelaide Law School
Faculty of the Professions
Eligible to supervise Masters and PhD - email supervisor to discuss availability.
I am joint topic co-coordinator of undergraduate core subject Public International Law. I am the coordinator of undergraduate elective Advanced International Law: Interpretation in International law and masters elective Public International Law.
I completed a 5 month University sponsored secondment to the World Trade Organization in 2017. In 2015, and re-run in 2016 and 2017, I was part of a team which offered and developed a MOOC (massive open online course) on Cyber-War Surveillance and Security.
Year Citation 2019 LaForgia, R. (2019). Touching the Hope in Security: Reflections on the Gas-Mask Display at the Australian War Memorial. 2019 LaForgia, R. (2019). Introduction: Creating Security Through Image and Text. 2019 La Forgia, R. F. (2019). Professor Ivan Shearer AM RFD FAAL RAN (Rtd) 1938-2019. Adelaide Law Review, 40(2), 397-398. 2017 La Forgia, R. (2017). Listening to China’s multilateral voice for the first time: analysing the Asian infrastructure investment bank for soft power opportunities and risks in the narrative of ‘lean, clean and green’. Journal of Contemporary China, 26(107), 633-649.
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2017 La Forgia, R., & Kirby, M. (2017). Fact-Finding and Report Writing by UN Human Rights Mandate Holders. Adelaide Law Review, 38(2), 463-482. 2015 LaForgia, R. (2015). Limitlessness in Australian constitutional legal narrative: the memory of Black’s address in the Tasmanian dam case. Griffith Law Review, 24(1), 41-57.
2015 LaForgia, R. (2015). Public Participation in the Environmental Undertaking in the Trans Pacific Partnership a Listening Approach.. Participatory Educational Research, spi15(1), 145-154.
2014 Reilly, A., Appleby, G., & LaForgia, R. (2014). 'To watch, to never look away': The public's responsibility for Australia's offshore processing of asylum seekers. Alternative Law Journal, 39(3), 163-166.
2014 Burdon, P., Appleby, G., LaForgia, R., McIntyre, J., & Naffine, N. (2014). Reflecting on Hannah Arendt and Eichman in Jerusalem: a report on the banality of evil. Adelaide Law Review, 35(2), 427-447. 2013 Reilly, A., & La Forgia, R. (2013). Secret 'enhanced screening' of asylum seekers. Alternative Law Journal, 38(3), 143-146. 2013 Reilly, A., & La Forgia, R. (2013). Secret ‘Enhanced screening’ of asylum seekers: A democratic analysis centring on the humanity of the commonwealth officer. Alternative Law Journal, 38(3), 143-146.
2009 La Forgia, R. (2009). The politics of international law - twenty years later: a reply to Martti Koskenniemi. European Journal of International Law, 20(4), 979-984.
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2008 La Forgia, R. (2008). The administration of transparency under the labour chapter of United States bilateral free trade agreements: is the United States creating a glass house?. The Global Studies Journal, 1(3), 51-53. 2008 Marmo, M., & La Forgia, R. (2008). Inclusive national governance and trafficked women in Australia: otherness and local demand. Asian Journal of Criminology, 3(2), 173-191.
2005 Mercurio, B. C., & LaForgia, R. F. (2005). Expanding Democracy: Why Australia Should Negotiate for Open and Transparent Dispute Settlement in its FTAs. Melbourne Journal of International Law, 6, 485.
Year Citation 2017 La Forgia, R. (2017). Applying the memory of the Bandung: lessons from Australia's negative case study. In L. Eslava, M. Fakhri, & V. Nesiah (Eds.), Bandung, Global History, and International Law Critical Pasts and Pending Futures (pp. 397-410). United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press. 2016 La Forgia, R. (2016). Given the freedom to ask anything, what questions ought the international legal scholar explore?: Using Gardam’s 'alien' to examine this question. In P. Babie, & D. Stephens (Eds.), Imagining Law: Essays in Conversation with Judith Gardam (1 ed., pp. 263-278). Adelaide, South Australia: University of Adelaide Press.
Past Higher Degree by Research Supervision (University of Adelaide)
Date Role Research Topic Program Degree Type Student Load Student Name 2014 - 2017 Co-Supervisor Petulant and Contrary: Approaches by the Permanent Five Members of the Security Council to the Concept of 'Threat to the Peace' under Article 39 of the UN Charter Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Ms Tamsin Phillipa Paige 2013 - 2018 Co-Supervisor Permission to Intercede or Sovereignty Supreme?: The Influence of R2P on Non-Forceful Responses to Atrocity Crimes Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Dr Stacey Henderson
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