Areas of expertise
Areas of research and expertise:
- International Humanitarian Law
(with focus on targeting law; weaponry law; housing, land and property in conflict and post-conflict situations: access to land, the right to return, decontamination, mediating and supervising competing private and public interests in land; the
sociology of war and other situations of violence; military and strategic studies: counter-insurgency and counter-terrorism doctrine).
- International Human Rights Law
(with focus on human rights, terrorism and counter-terrrorism; housing, land, property and human rights (landlord and tenant issues & adverse possession); human rights law fact-finding).
- Refugee Law
(with focus on refugee qualification; refugee status determination procedures; refugee protection; safe country of origin and third country determination procedures).
- Land Law
(with focus on landlord and tenant law; land law and human rights; adverse possession).
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).