Stacey Henderson

Stacey Henderson

Adelaide Law School

Faculty of the Professions

Eligible to supervise Masters and PhD (as Co-Supervisor) - email supervisor to discuss availability.

My research focuses on the protective capacity of law, including international law generally, responsibility of States and governance of outer space and space technology.  I am a participant in the Woomera Manual project which aims to develop a Manual that objectively articulates and clarifies the existing international law applicable to military space operations.

  • Awards and Achievements

    Date Type Title Institution Name Country Amount
    2018 Research Award Dean's Commendation for Doctoral Thesis Excellence The University of Adelaide Australia
    2016 Award Faculty of the Professions Executive Dean’s Award for Distinguished Teaching Practice (Sessional) The University of Adelaide Australia
    2016 Award Hugh Martin Weir Prize The University of Adelaide Australia
    2011 Award The Hon. Justice Margaret Nyland Prize for the most meritorious student in the Master of Laws The University of Adelaide Australia
  • Journals

    Year Citation
    2020 Henderson, S. L. (2020). Space Tourism: What is it & How Will it be Regulated?. Law Society Bulletin, 42(3), 20-21.
    2020 Henderson, S. L. (2020). Humanitarian Intervention and R2P. Journal of International Peacekeeping, 22, 325-343.
    2019 Fitzmaurice, J., & Henderson, S. (2019). On the Legality of Mars Colonisation. Adelaide Law Review, 40(3), 841-856.
    2019 Henderson, S. (2019). The Evolution of the Principle of Non-intervention? R2P and Overt Assistance to Opposition Groups. Global Responsibility to Protect, 11(4), 365-393.
    2017 Henderson, S. (2017). The Arms Trade Treaty: Responsibility to Protect in Action?. Global Responsibility to Protect, 9(2), 147-172.
    2014 Henderson, S. L. (2014). The changing nature of the responsibility to protect. Bulletin, 36(3), 33.
  • Book Chapters

    Year Citation
    2020 Henderson, S. (2020). Arms Control and Space Security. In K. Schrogl (Ed.), Handbook of Space Security. Springer.
    2019 McConachie, V., & Henderson, S. (2019). Intelligence Collection in Naval Armed Conflicts. In D. Stephens, & M. Stubbs (Eds.), The Law of Naval Warfare (pp. 161-174). NSW; Australia: LexisNexis.
    2015 Henderson, S. (2015). The expanding use of measures less than force under R2P. In V. Sancin (Ed.), Responsibility to Protect: Where Do We Stand Ten Years After? (pp. 53-68). Ljubljana: Pravna fakulteta.
  • Conference Papers

    Year Citation
    2019 Henderson, S. L. (2019). Space Courts: Do we need a new dispute settlement body?. In TBA. Washington DC.
  • Memberships

    Date Role Membership Country
    2018 - ongoing Member International Law Association (Australian Branch) Australia
    2014 - ongoing Member Australian and New Zealand Society of International Law Australia
  • Offices Held

    Date Office Name Institution Country
    2018 - ongoing Lecturer The University of Adelaide Australia
  • Presentation

    Date Topic Presented at Institution Country
    2018 - ongoing Permission to Intercede or Sovereignty Supreme? 26th Annual Australian & New Society of International Law conference Victoria University of Wellington
    2018 - ongoing Assistance to opposition groups in contemporary conflicts: has there been a change to the boundaries of the principle of non-intervention? ANZSIL International Peace & Security Interest Group Workshop Queensland Supreme Court Library
    2017 - ongoing Research Methodologies and Challenges in Space Law Contemporary Issues in Space Law Conference The University of Adelaide
    2016 - ongoing Children who are DPH: Does the law adequately take the status if child into account…and should it? ANZSIL International Peace & Security Interest Group Workshop The University of Sydney
    2015 - ongoing R2P and the expansion of measures less than force Responsibility to Protect in Theory and Practice Conference University of Ljubljana Slovenia

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