Anna Saunders is a Senior Program Fellow in the Laureate Program in International Law, and co-editor of a volume on revolution and international law with Anne Orford, Kathryn Greenman and Ntina Tzouvala, to be published with Cambridge University Press. She is also an MPhil candidate at Melbourne Law School researching across the fields of history and theory of international law, with a focus on security, intervention and statebuilding. Her MPhil project is a legal and political history of enemy states in the early years of the United Nations. In 2018 she was a Teaching Fellow at Melbourne Law School, teaching in the subject Public Trials.
Anna holds a JD (first class) from Melbourne Law School, and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Adelaide, with honours in Politics. She is a former Editor of the Melbourne Journal of International Law and has tutored in public law and legal theory at the University of Melbourne’s Ormond College. Prior to commencing her MPhil, she was a research assistant at Melbourne Law School in the fields of international law, constitutional law, and legal theory. She has also worked in the field of native title in the state of Victoria and volunteered in international refugee law and policy.