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Dr Marie-Eve Loiselle’s interdisciplinary research examines the practical implications of law and regulation on national and international legal subjects, focusing on international law, the law and practice of international organizations and law and technologies. Her book project, based on her doctoral thesis, brings socio-legal studies into dialogue with geography, history, and border studies to demonstrate the relationship between the law and wall building between the US and Mexico in informing meanings about territorial sovereignty and national identity. Other current work explores the relationship between law, identity and digital technologies with an emphasis on how new technologies affect movement within and across borders as well as citizenship rights. Marie-Eve’s research has been published in academic journals and presses, including the Leiden Journal of International Law, Global Responsibility to Protect, and Law, Culture and the Humanities.

Prior to joining Macquarie University, Marie-Eve was a Canadian Social Science and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) Postdoctoral Fellow at the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy (University of Toronto). She also held a research fellowship from the Max Planck Institute, Department of Ethics, Law and Politics. She was an Australian Research Council (ARC) Research Fellow at the Faculty of Law of the University of New South Wales, where she worked on the project, "Leveraging Power and Influence on the UN Security Council". She was also a research officer on the ARC linkage project "Strengthening the Rule of Law through the UN Security Council" (Australian National University).

Marie-Eve worked as a legal officer at international organizations (International Labour Organization (ILO) and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)) on issues related to global administrative law, international law and human rights. She received a PhD in Law and Governance from the Australian National University, where she completed a Master in Strategic Studies. She holds a law degree from the University of Montreal and is a member of the Quebec Bar.

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