Caroline Henckels

Monash University - Faculty of Law

Senior Lecturer

Wellington Road

Clayton, Victoria 3800

Australia

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

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Scholarly Papers (16)

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Variations on a Theme: Comparing the Concept of 'Necessity' in International Investment Law and WTO Law

(2013) 14 Chicago Journal of International Law 93-164
Number of pages: 72 Posted: 04 Oct 2012 Last Revised: 21 Apr 2015
Andrew D. Mitchell and Caroline Henckels
University of Melbourne - Law School and Monash University - Faculty of Law
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necessity, international law, international investment law, WTO law, non-precluded measures

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Balancing Investment Protection and the Public Interest: The Role of the Standard of Review and the Importance of Deference in Investor-State Arbitration

4 Journal of International Dispute Settlement (2013) (Forthcoming)
Number of pages: 19 Posted: 22 Dec 2012 Last Revised: 19 Apr 2019
Caroline Henckels
Monash University - Faculty of Law
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Investor-state arbitration, deference, standards of review, international investment law, balancing, investment treaties, judicial review, regulatory autonomy

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Protecting Regulatory Autonomy Through Greater Precision in Investment Treaties: The TPP, CETA and TTIP

19(1) Journal of International Economic Law, Forthcoming
Number of pages: 24 Posted: 25 Jan 2016 Last Revised: 19 Apr 2019
Caroline Henckels
Monash University - Faculty of Law
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International Investment Law, Investment Treaties, TPP, TTIP, CETA, indirect expropriation, fair and equitable treatment, non-discrimination, treaty exceptions, non-preluded measures, investor-state arbitration, national treatment, ISDS, rules and standards

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GMOs in the WTO: A Critique of the Panel's Legal Reasoning in EC-Biotech

Melbourne Journal of International Law, Vol. 7, No. 2, p. 278, 2006, U of Melbourne Legal Studies Research Paper No. 253
Number of pages: 29 Posted: 06 Dec 2006
Caroline Henckels
Monash University - Faculty of Law
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WTO, Biotech, SPS Agreement, Legitimacy, precautionary principle, Cartagena Protocol, scientific uncertainty

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The Ostensible Flexibilities in TRIPS: Can Essential Pharmaceuticals Be Excluded from Patentability in Public Health Crises?

Monash University Law Review, Vol. 32, 2006, U of Melbourne Legal Studies Research Paper No. 254
Number of pages: 23 Posted: 28 Aug 2007
Caroline Henckels
Monash University - Faculty of Law
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WTO, TRIPS, pharmaceuticals, public health, developing countries, GATT, compulsory licensing, morality, ordre public, patents

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Scope Limitation or Affirmative Defence? The Purpose and Role of Investment Treaty Exception Clauses

Federica Paddeu and Lorand Bartels (eds), Exceptions in International Law (OUP, 2018) , Society of International Economic Law (SIEL), Fifth Biennial Global Conference
Number of pages: 11 Posted: 01 Jul 2016 Last Revised: 15 Jul 2018
Caroline Henckels
Monash University - Faculty of Law
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Investor-state arbitration, Non-precluded measures, Exception, Carve-out, Burden of proof, International investment law, Necessity, Argentina, Nicaragua, self-defence, reservation

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In Vino Veritas? The Dubious Legality of the EU’s Claims to Exclusive Use of the Term ‘Prosecco’

Australian Intellectual Property Journal, Forthcoming
Number of pages: 21 Posted: 04 Jan 2019 Last Revised: 09 Jan 2019
Mark Davison, Caroline Henckels and Patrick Emerton
Monash University - Faculty of Law, Monash University - Faculty of Law and Monash University - Faculty of Law
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Prosecco, wine, grape varieties, geographical indications, trade marks, trademarks, WTO, European Union, TBT Agreement, TRIPS Agreement, protectionism, discrimination

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Proportionality and the Separation of Powers in Constitutional Review: Examining the Role of Judicial Deference

45(2) Federal Law Review (2017), Monash University Faculty of Law Legal Studies Research Paper No. 2996345
Number of pages: 17 Posted: 06 Jul 2017 Last Revised: 19 Apr 2019
Caroline Henckels
Monash University - Faculty of Law
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Proportionality, separation of powers, judicial power, deference, Constitution, McCloy

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Investment Treaty Security Exceptions, Necessity and Self-Defence in the Context of Armed Conflict

Forthcoming in Titi C, Fach Gómez K & Gourgourinis A (eds), European Yearbook of International Economic Law 2018
Number of pages: 16 Posted: 12 Mar 2018 Last Revised: 01 Apr 2018
Caroline Henckels
Monash University - Faculty of Law
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Security exception, investment treaty, state of necessity, circumstances precluding wrongfulness, self-defence, compensation, armed conflict, fair and equitable treatment, full protection and security, lex specialis

10.

Should Investment Treaties Contain Public Policy Exceptions?

Boston College Law Review, Symposium Edition, Reforming International Investment Law: Opportunities, Challenges, Paradigms, 2018, Monash University Faculty of Law Legal Studies Research Paper No. 3209902
Number of pages: 20 Posted: 11 Jul 2018 Last Revised: 19 Apr 2019
Caroline Henckels
Monash University - Faculty of Law
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Public-Private Arbitration in Australia: Public Law Concerns, Private Law Responses

Stephan Schill (ed), The Comparative Constitutional Law of Private-Public Arbitration (Oxford University Press, 2018 Forthcoming), Monash University Faculty of Law Legal Studies Research Paper No. 3013518
Number of pages: 16 Posted: 08 Aug 2017 Last Revised: 13 Apr 2018
Caroline Henckels
Monash University - Faculty of Law
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arbitration, public-private, investor-state dispute settlement, government contracts, executive power, public law, accountability, administrative law, constitutional law, impartiality, transparency, judicial review,

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Overcoming Jurisdictional Isolationism at the Wto-Fta Nexus: A Potential Approach for the WTO

European Journal of International Law, Vol. 19, Issue 3, pp. 571-599, 2008
Number of pages: 29 Posted: 18 Jul 2008 Last Revised: 23 Jun 2012
Caroline Henckels
Monash University - Faculty of Law
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Dishonouring the Australian Flag

44 Monash University Law Review 2018, Forthcoming, Monash University Faculty of Law Legal Studies Research Paper No. 3218797
Number of pages: 15 Posted: 26 Jul 2018 Last Revised: 09 Aug 2018
Caroline Henckels
Monash University - Faculty of Law
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Flag burning, protest, criminal law, implied freedom of political communication, nationalism, Australia, Constitution

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Indirect Expropriation and the Right to Regulate: Revisiting Proportionality Analysis and the Standard of Review in Investor-State Arbitration

(2012) 15 Journal of International Economic Law 223
Number of pages: 33 Posted: 22 Jun 2012 Last Revised: 19 Apr 2019
Caroline Henckels
Monash University - Faculty of Law
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Investor-state arbitration, proportionality, standard of review, expropriation, regulatory autonomy, public interest

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Will Greater Precision in Investment Treaties Protect the Right to Regulate? An Assessment of the TPP's Investment Chapter

(2015) 21 New Zealand Business Law Quarterly 351
Posted: 17 May 2019
Caroline Henckels
Monash University - Faculty of Law

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Non-Discrimination and the Role of Regulatory Purpose in International Trade and Investment Law

Andrew Mitchell, David Heaton, Caroline Henckels, Non-Discrimination and the Role of Regulatory Purpose in International Trade and Investment Law (Edward Elgar, 2016) (Forthcoming)
Posted: 11 Sep 2015
Andrew D. Mitchell, David Heaton and Caroline Henckels
University of Melbourne - Law School, University of Melbourne and Monash University - Faculty of Law

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Non-discrimination, National Treatment, Most Favoured Nation, World Trade Organization, international investment law, regulatory purpose, likeness, like circumstances