Julian Moti appointed Professor of Law at Uni Fiji

Caption: Julian Moti file photo.

The University of Fiji is pleased to announce the appointment of Professor Julian Moti QC CSI as its first Professor of Law.

A dual citizen of Fiji and Australia, Professor Moti is a graduate of both the University of Sydney and the Australian National University and has taught and practiced law in several countries. He has also published extensively on areas of his expertise in constitutional law and international law.

Professor Moti was appointed a Queen’s Counsel in 2003; became Attorney General of Solomon Islands in 2006; and was awarded the Cross of Solomon Islands in 2001.

He was an Adjunct Professor of Law at Bond University in Australia (1992 –2006), a Visiting Professorial Fellow at the Centre for the Study of Law and Governance at Jawaharlal Nehru University in New Delhi, India (2004 – 2006) and a Visiting Professor at Gujarat National Law University in Gandhinagar (2005 – 2006).

UniFiji Law School’s Acting Dean, Mr Salvin Nand said Professor Moti’s appointment is “welcome and exciting news for the faculty and the planned expansion of our postgraduate law degree program.”

“We will be relying on his leadership, expertise and experience to establish and develop the Master of Laws courses being offered from 2014 at the Suva and Saweni campuses.”

Professor Moti will be delivering the inaugural Sir Moti Tikaram Memorial Lecture at the Suva campus on Wednesday, 6 November at 5pm. The title of the public lecture is: “Making Our Constitution Our Own: A Genealogy of Fijian Constituent Power”. Admission to the lecture is free and all are invited to attend.




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