Nigel Davidson graduated from the University of Tasmania in 2000 with a bachelor degree in law and arts. He was admitted to legal practice in the Australian Capital Territory in 2001, and assisted with the implementation of Australia’s obligations under the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court while working at the Australian Attorney-General’s Department. In 2003 he commenced working for the Australian Capital Territory Department of Justice and Community Safety, assisting with the implementation of the Human Rights Act 2004 (ACT). In 2007 he moved to the Netherlands, where he provided legal assistance to judges at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia. At the end of 2007, in Tanzania, he commenced work as a judge’s associate for the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, returning to Australia in 2010 to complete his studies towards the degree of Doctor of Juridical Science from The Australian National University. He went back to the Rwanda Tribunal in 2011, working with the Prosecution Appeals section. Since April 2016, Nigel has been based in Hobart, where he has been pursuing research interests in international law as a university associate with the University of Tasmania. He has also been practising as a barrister with Michael Kirby Chambers since the end of August.