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The International Law research group provides a focal point for those with interests in public international law, and has particular expertise in the law, policy and theory of trade, investment, environment and non-state actors.
School of Law
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
+44 (0)1865 484903
School of Law, Headington Hill Hall, Oxford
The Rule of Law in Crisis and Conflict Grey Zones reviewed in the Journal of Conflict and Security Law.
Senior lecturer and researcher in the following areas:
Areas of research and expertise:
European Parliament Selected Rule of Law Publications
NATO Multimedia Library
International Committee of the Red Cross 2017 Bibliography
United Nations ICTY, Office of the Prosecutor, Den Haag, The Netherlands (2005).
Soutre-Bousquet-Pejoine, Cabinet des Avocats, Bordeaux, France (2006).
UK Refugee Council (2007).
Aberystwyth University, Tutor in Law (2007 - 2012). Peer reviewer for the International Journal of Transitional Justice.
Utrecht University, The Netherlands, Visiting LL.M Lecturer in International Humanitarian Law & International Criminal Law (2011).
Oxford Brookes University, Lecturer in Law, academic adviser and module coordinator for International Humanitarian Law (2012-present). Peer reviewer and adviser for Oxford University Press and Pearson Publishing (Tort Law and Land Law) as well as
Palgrave MacMillan (Graduate Diploma in Law).
The Rule of Law in Crisis and Conflict Grey Zones
"This book is an innovative, yet pragmatic, approach to cutting the Gordian knot caused by the increasing overlap of jurisdiction between international human rights law and international humanitarian law, in particular, tackling head on the
differences relating to the use of force in targeting operations".
Professor Charles Garraway, Human Rights Centre, University of Essex.
Book Launch at Ashmolean Museum
Law Summer Schools in Oxford
Widening Participation in Higher Education
The Changing Character of War Programme
The Oxford Institute for Ethics and Law in Armed Conflict