Anton Moiseienko

Associate Fellow; Lecturer in Law, Australian National University


Anton Moiseienko is a Lecturer in Law at the Australian National University. His work focuses on issues at the intersection of criminal law and international law, including transnational crime, economic crime, and the legal aspects of targeted sanctions.

Anton was previously a Research Fellow at RUSI’s Centre for Financial Crime & Security Studies. His research at RUSI covered a wide array of financial crime topics, which ranged from money-laundering techniques used by cybercriminals to crime in free-trade zones. He gave testimony to the House of Commons International Trade Committee (UK), Commission of Inquiry into Money Laundering in British Columbia (Canada) and spoke at multiple academic and practitioner conferences and events.

Anton is the author of Corruption and Targeted Sanctions, a book on the legal and policy implications of ‘Magnitsky’ sanctions published by Brill in 2019. He is also a co-editor of four books on transnational crime, including the Research Handbook on Transnational Crime published by Edward Elgar. Anton’s articles have appeared in peer-reviewed legal journals such as the Criminal Law Review and International & Comparative Law Quarterly.

He holds a PhD in law from Queen Mary University of London and a master’s degree in law from the University of Cambridge.

Anton can be found on Twitter at @antonm_law.


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