Professor Kate Ogg

BA & LLB (First Class Honours, University Medal) from Griffith University; Master of Refugee and Forced Migration Studies (Distinction) from the University of Oxford; PhD from ANU RegNet
ANU College of Law

Areas of expertise

  • Human Rights Law 180114
  • Litigation, Adjudication And Dispute Resolution 180123
  • International Law (Excl. International Trade Law) 180116
  • Law And Society 180119
  • Gender Specific Studies 169901


Professor Kate Ogg undertakes interdisciplinary research in the areas of refugee law, human rights, litigation, access to justice and feminist legal theory. Kate's recent monograph with Cambridge University Press is entitled Protection from Refuge: From Refugee Rights to Migration Management.

Kate is also the co-editor of The Future of Feminist Engagement with International Law (Edward Elgar, 2019) and has published a number of influential book chapters and journal articles in leading international and Australian edited collections and journals. Kate has been twice invited to present her research at the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees' Headquarters in Geneva. She has been called to give evidence on international refugee law to the Australian Federal Parliament and regularly provides commentary on developments in refugee law and policy in domestic and international media outlets.



Projects and Grants

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