Catie Shavin is a Research Assistant with the Laboratory for Advanced Research on the Global Economy, supporting the Investment and Human Rights Project.
Catie is currently completing a Master of Laws at the University of Melbourne. Her research interests include the intersections between human rights and emerging global social and economic challenges. She previously practiced as a solicitor with international law firm Allens, advising corporate, government and civil society clients on a wide range of international business risks and obligations, including the human rights responsibilities of business, anti-bribery laws and responsible investment standards. She has also worked with the Danish Institute for Human Rights, provided assistance to the Global Compact Network Australia and volunteered with RMIT University's Centre for Innovative Justice and a number of community legal centres in Australia.
Catie holds a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and a Bachelor of Arts in History and Politics, both from Monash University.