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Darren Peterson is currently a Bye-Fellow and Director of Studies in Law at Clare College, Cambridge. Darren holds Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and Bachelor of International Studies (Distinction) degrees from the University of Wollongong, as well as a LLM from the University of Cambridge where he was awarded the Whewell Scholarship for International Law and the William Charnley Prize in law. Prior to commencing his postgraduate studies, Darren held various positions in the Australian Public Service including at the Australian Securities and Investment Commission, the Australian Treasury, the Australian Permanent Mission to the United Nations in Geneva. His professional experience related to financial market regulation, corporate and white-collar crime, as well as human rights. Darren is currently completing his PhD at Trinity College, Cambridge where his research focuses on modern slavery, human rights, and the law of the sea. Darren has previously taught at the University of Wollongong, and currently supervises human rights law, international law and law of contract.