Mark Findlay is the author of 29 monographs and collections and over 150 refereed articles and book chapters. He has held Chairs in Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore, England and Ireland. At the University of the South Pacific he was the Foundation Professor of Law and established the Law School in Vanuatu. For over 20 years he was at the University of Sydney as the Chair in Criminal Justice, the Director of the Institute of Criminology and acting as Head of School and Pro-Dean.
Presently he is a Professor of Law at Singapore Management University, and Deputy Director of its Centre for AI and Data Governance. Mark has consulted with the World Bank, the ILO, the UNDP and many national aid agencies. His main research fields for which he has a global reputation are regulation and governance, international and comparative criminal justice, law’s relevance, legal theory, public international law, and cultural criminology. Most recent publications include ‘Law’s Regulatory Relevance' and ‘Principled International Criminal Justice: Lessons from tort law' . Professor Findlay was an undergraduate at ANU, and received post graduate degrees from the University of Edinburgh, the University of Sydney, and Nottingham Trent University.