Tania Voon is Associate Professor at Melbourne Law School. Currently, Professor Voon is Visiting Associate Professor of Law at Georgetown University Law Center. She is a former Legal Officer of the Appellate Body Secretariat of the World Trade Organization (WTO) and has previously practiced law with Mallesons Stephen Jaques and the Australian Government Solicitor, and taught law at Monash University, Bond University, and the University of Western Ontario. Professor Voon’s research focuses on dispute settlement in the WTO, trade remedies in the WTO, preferential trade agreements, and the intersection between culture and international trade.
Her work has been published in leading international journals such as Cambridge Law Journal, the International and Comparative Law Quarterly, the Journal of International Economic Law, and the Journal of World Trade. In 2007, Professor Voon’s monograph Cultural Products and the World Trade Organization was published by Cambridge University Press (UK). In the same year, Australia nominated her for inclusion in the WTO’s Indicative List of Governmental and Non-Governmental Panelists for resolving disputes between WTO Members, and the WTO’s Dispute Settlement Body approved this nomination.
Professor Voon earned her Master of Laws at Harvard Law School. She completed her Ph.D. in Law at the University of Cambridge, where she was an Honorary Cambridge Commonwealth Trust Scholar and a WM Tapp Scholar of Gonville & Caius College.