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School of Law

Mr Birju M Dattani

LLB, PgDip (CLS), LLM (London School of Economics), Barrister (Hon. Society of Grays Inn), Member of the Bar of England and Wales (NP)

Overview

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School of Law

Graduate Teaching Assistant

Centre for Palestine Studies (CPS)

PhD Student Associate Member

Name:
Mr Birju M Dattani
Email address:
Thesis title:
From Lawfare to Legicide: the Enabling effect of International Humanitarian Law upon Sub-state Terrorism
Internal Supervisors

PhD Publications

  • ‘Populism & the International Law of Self-Determination: Charting the Emergence of Populist Legal Movements (PLMs) from South Africa to Palestine’, (2013) Cambridge Journal of International & Comparative Law 2nd Annual Conference: Legal Traditions in a Diverse World

PhD Conferences

  • ‘Operation Pillar of Defence: Situating the legal norms on Israel’s Offensive in Gaza under the Laws of Armed Conflict’ SOAS, University of London (2012) London, UK
  • ‘Operation Pillar of Defence: Situating the legal norms on Israel’s Offensive in Gaza under the Laws of Armed Conflict’ Palestine 101 Series: London School of Economics (2012) London, UK
  • ‘Remembering the Nakba 65 years on’, University of Birmingham Conference (2013), Birmingham, UK
  • Cambridge Journal of International and Comparative Law 2nd Annual Conference, ‘Legal Traditions in a Diverse World: Resisting Legal Tradition’ (2013) Cambridge University, Cambridge, UK
  • ‘Islamophobia Awareness Month: Legal Solutions to Islamophobia’, SOAS, University of London (2013), London UK
  • ‘Apartheid in Palestine: Reality, Legality and Resistance’ Cambridge University (2014), Cambridge, UK
  • ‘Conference on the Global War on Terror & Islamophobia’ Bogazici University Istanbul (2014), Istanbul Turkey

Affiliations

  • Syrian Legal Development Programme

Research

International Law & the Arab/Israeli conflict, Self-Determination, Terrorism & the rule of law,
International Law, Post-Colonialism and Empire, the Law of Armed Conflict, Critical Legal Studies