Murray at the time of her work with the African Network of Constitutional Lawyers
A second international expert has been named for the five-member commission set up by the regime to put together a new Constitution to replace the 1997 one it abrogated in 2009.
Christina Murray is originally from South Africa and is Professor of Constitutional and Human Rights Law at the University of Cape Town.
She joins the chair of the Commission, Yash Ghai, from Kenya who was appointed last month as the two offshore experts who'll be helping to shape the new Constitution.
The planned new Constitution remains controversial but the regime is forging ahead with its consultations and the civic education programme due to start in May.
It is not known when Murray will arrive in Fiji but is currently a Senior Fellow at the US Institute of Peace in Washington DC and has taught and written on a number of areas of law, including human rights law, particularly relating to gender equality, violence against women, and constitutional rights for women, international and constitutional law.
The other members besides Murray and Ghai are the Fiji representatives Taufa Vakatale and Doctor Satendra Nandan. Just one position remains to be filled.