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School of Law

Ms Aida Tamer-Chammas

Maitrise in Law, University of Paris, Assas, 1986 LLM International Environmental Law, SOAS, University of London, 1999


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Ms Aida Tamer-Chammas
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Thesis title:
Accountability for environmental damage arising out of armed conflict under international law
Year of Study:
Year 3
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International environmental law, law of armed conflicts

PhD Research

The main research issues are: State's accountability for environmental damage during war and occupation under international humanitarian law and international environmental law; potential conflict and harmonisation in the interpretation of the two fields of law; remediation of, and reparation for, environmental damage.  Principal case study: the 2006 Israel-Lebanon armed conflict.

PhD Publications

"Restoration of Damaged Land in Post-Conflict Societies: The Case of Lebanon." In Assessing and Restoring Natural Resources in Post-Conflict Peacebuilding, Routledge 2012,


  • Previously registered lawyer at the Paris Bar, 1991
  • Qualified as solicitor in England and Wales, 1997