Eva has a diverse practice of criminal, administrative and human rights law. Eva specialises in international criminal law and is on the Justice Rapid Response roster as an international criminal law investigations expert. Prior to coming to the bar Eva founded the organisation Victim Advocates International which supports victims of genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity to engage with accountability mechanisms including the International Criminal Court and domestic proceedings brought under universal jurisdiction.
Eva is a Teaching Fellow at the University of New South Wales where she teaches Administrative Law.
Eva also is a legal expert on the NSW International Humanitarian Law advisory committee for the Australian Red Cross and a member of the NSW Bar Association Human Rights Committee.
Eva is a member of the Legal Aid NSW panel and is eligible to undertake legal aid work under the following panels:
- Summary Crime
Admitted to practice:
2017, admitted to practice
Areas of Practice:
- Admiralty and Maritime Law
- Civil and Human Rights
- Corporate Social Responsibility
- Criminal Law
- Inquests and Commissions of Inquiry
- International Criminal law
- Legal Aid NSW - Summary Crime panel
- Public Administrative Law
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Australia, the Rome Statute and the War Crimes Proceedings: Where are the Victims? Opinio Juris 30 June 2020
Capturing a Crisis: What lessons can we learn from the “overdocumentation” of the Rohingya crisis? Justice in Conflict 20 May 2020
‘The duty to protect and complicity in relation to genocide- Myanmar and Australia’ ANZSIL Perspective No. 17 September 2020