Graduates

Dr Mikhail KASHUBSKY 

Mikhail Kashubsky

Biography:

Dr Mikhail Kashubsky is a lecturer in international commercial transactions law, international supply chain management, regulations of offshore petroleum operations, and transnational crime. He is a qualified Australian lawyer admitted to legal practice in 2005 and Head of Secretariat of the International Network of Customs Universities (INCU). He is a barrister and solicitor of the Supreme Court of the Australian Capital Territory, the High Court of Australia, and the High Court of New Zealand.

Mikhail holds Bachelor of Business Administration, Bachelor of Laws, Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice, Master of Laws and a PhD in law. He has been lecturing various law subjects since 2005 and was a PhD candidate at ANCORS from 2006 to 2012. His research interests include offshore oil and gas law, maritime and offshore security law, marine environment pollution law, and customs law, on which topics he has also published.

Current Position:

Senior Lecturer, Centre for Customs and Excise Studies (CCES), Charles Sturt University  

PhD Title:

Offshore Petroleum Security: Analysis of Offshore Security Threats, Target Attractiveness, and the International Legal Framework for the Protection and Security of Offshore Petroleum Installations  

PhD Supervisors: 

Professor Martin Tsamenyi, Director Emeritus and Professor at ANCORS

Professor Gregory Rose, Professor at ANCORS

Selected Publications:
  • 2015, Mikhail Kashubsky, ‘Protecting Offshore Oil and Gas Installations: Security Threats and Countervailing Measures (Part III)’ Journal of Energy Security, Forthcoming.
  • 2014, David Widdowson, Bryce Blegen, Mikhail Kashubsky and Andrew Grainger, ‘Review of Accredited Operator Schemes: An Australian Study’ World Customs Journal, Vol.8, No.1, pp.17-34, March 2014.
  • 2014, Mikhail Kashubsky, ‘Могут Ли Пиратские Действия Быть Совершены Против Морской Нефтяной Платформы?/[English: Can an Act of Piracy Be Committed Against an Offshore Petroleum Installation?]’ Electronic Supplement to the Russian Juridical Journal, Vol.5, No.1, pp.5-14, February 2014.
  • 2013, Mikhail Kashubsky, ‘Protecting Offshore Oil and Gas Installations: Security Threats and Countervailing Measures (Part II)’ Journal of Energy Security, December 2013.
  • 2013, Mikhail Kashubsky, ‘Protecting Offshore Oil and Gas Installations: Security Threats and Countervailing Measures (Part I)’ Journal of Energy Security, August 2013.
  • 2013, Mikhail Kashubsky and Anthony Morrison, ‘Security of Offshore Oil and Gas Facilities: Exclusion Zones and Ships’ Routeing’ Australian Journal of Maritime and Ocean Affairs, Vol.5, No.1, pp.1-10, March 2013.
  • 2012, Mikhail Kashubsky, ‘Can an Act of Piracy Be Committed Against an Offshore Petroleum Installation?’ Australia and New Zealand Maritime Law Journal, Vol.26, No.2, pp.163-171, October 2012.
  • 2012, Mikhail Kashubsky, ‘Customs Regulation of Offshore Oil and Gas Installations: Australian
  • Law and Practice’ (Paper presented at the International Scientific-Practical Conference on the Role of Customs Regulation in the Economic Security in a Globalized Environment, Baku State University, Azerbaijan, 27 January 2012).
  • 2011, Mikhail Kashubsky, ‘Offshore Petroleum Security: Analysis of Offshore Security Threats, Target Attractiveness, and the International Legal Framework for the Protection and Security of Offshore Petroleum Installations’ (Doctor of Philosophy Thesis, Faculty of Law, University of Wollongong, 2011).
  • 2011, Mikhail Kashubsky, ‘A Chronology of Attacks on and Unlawful Interferences with Offshore Oil and Gas Installations, 1975-2010’ Perspectives on Terrorism, Vol.5, No.5-6, pp. 139-167, November 2011.
  • 2010, Mikhail Kashubsky, ‘Book Review: Australian Offshore Laws’ Australian Resources and Energy Law Journal, Vol.29, No.3, pp.417-419, October 2010. 
Last reviewed: 30 March, 2015