Marie-Eve Loiselle is an ARC Research Associate at UNSW Law and project manager of the ARC Discovery Project Leveraging power and influence on the United Security Council. Prior to that she worked on issues related to the UN Security Council as a Research Officer on the ARC linkage project Strengthening the rule of law through the United Nations Security Council, a collaborative research project between the ANU and the Australian Civil-Military Centre. She was also an Australian Endeavour Executive Fellow with the New York based NGO Security Council Report in 2014. She worked at international organisations (ILO, NATO) on issues related to international law and human rights.
Marie-Eve completed a Bachelor of Law at the University of Montreal, with a certificate in Transnational Law from the University of Geneva, and a Master in Strategic Studies from the Australian National University. She is a PhD candidate at the ANU, studying the role of law in governance through physical partitions.