Gerry Nagtzaam

Assoc Professor


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Personal profile


Gerry Nagtzaam is a world recognised environmental scholar both domestically and internationally. His research focuses on the intersections between environmental law, politics, history and economics. He has written a number of well received books on topics including international environmental treaties and their normative treatment, nuclear waste disposal in democratic states, and a forthcoming book on the phenomenon of ecoterrorism. He has written extensively on the issue of whaling and global bio diversity loss. Associate Professor Nagtzaam is a member of the Law Institute of Victoria’s International Law Committee.

Monash teaching commitment

LAW1111 Foundations of Law SEM1/T2

LAW4313 International environmental law SEM1/T2

LAW1113 Torts (new course) SEM1/T2; SEM2/T3

LAW4115 Environmental law SEM2/T3


Research area keywords

  • International Environmental Law
  • Australian Environmental Law
  • Whaling
  • Climate Change
  • Ecoterrorism


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