Gregory Rose is a Professor with the Australian National Centre for Ocean Resources and Security (ANCORS) at the University of Wollongong, and Director of Research for The Hague Initiative for International Cooperation (thinc.).
His expertise is in international law and his areas of research cover international law relating to marine resources governance, transnational environmental crime, counter-terrorism and Arab-Israel conflict. He has authored over 140 publications. His books include: Two States for Two Peoples: the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict, International Law and European Union Policy (Bock W., Tucker A., Rose G., Sallux 2023); Detention in International Military Operations: The Future Law (Rose G. and B. Oswald (ed.s) Martinus Nijhoff 2016); and Following the Proceeds of Environmental Crime: Forests Fish and Filthy Lucre ((ed.) Routledge 2014). He is an Associate Editor of the Yearbook of International Environmental Law and is a member of the Editorial Board (previously Editor-in-Chief) of the Review of European Comparative and International Environmental Law (RECIEL).
Prof Rose has served in a variety of administrative roles including as the University’s Chair of the Academic Senate, Chair of the University’s Thesis Examination Committee, and Chaplain for Jewish students and, for the School of Law where he served for 20 years, as Discipline Leader, Deputy Dean and Chair of Research.
Outside the academy, Prof Rose is currently Director of Research for The Hague Initiative for International Cooperation. Prior to academia, he was Head of the Environmental Law Unit in the Legal Office of the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, and – before that – Director of the Marine Resources Programme of FIELD, the Foundation for International Environmental Law and Development.