Anna Saunders is a Senior Program Fellow with the Laureate Program in International Law and an MPhil candidate and teaching fellow at Melbourne Law School. Her MPhil project is a legal and political history of the enemy states clauses in the UN Charter, examining the drafting process as well as their implementation and contestation during the early years of the United Nations. She is a graduate of Melbourne Law School (Juris Doctor) and the University of Adelaide (Bachelor of Arts, Honours). In 2016, she was Editor of the Melbourne Journal of International Law, and has tutored in public law, public international law and legal theory at the University of Melbourne's Ormond College. Her other projects include human rights and regional ordering, and the history of the corporation in international law.