Dr Catriona Drew
- School of Law Lecturer in Law School of Law Widening Participation Lead
- School of Law
- LLB (Aberdeen) PhD (London)
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- Please note that I am on research leave in term 1 22/23.
Dr Catriona Drew teaches public international law in the School of Law and the Centre for International Studies and Diplomacy at SOAS, University of London. Before joining SOAS she taught for many happy years at the University of Glasgow, Scotland. She holds a LLB from the University of Aberdeen and a PhD from the London School of Economics. She has been a visiting fellow at the Human Rights Program, Harvard Law School (1999–2000) and at the Hauser Global Law School, New York University School of Law (2006–2007). She is co-founder and co-director of the Centre for the study of Colonialism, Empire and International Law at SOAS, and co-founder and Managing Editor of the London Review of International Law (http://lril.oxfordjournals.org). In 2008, Catriona and Professor Aeyal Gross, were jointly awarded the Director's Teaching Prize for their LLM/MA course: Law, Human Rights and Peacebuilding: The Israel-Palestine Case. Catriona’s research interests lie in the area of international legal history with a particular focus on the law on self-determination of peoples. She is currently completing a book, Self-determination: the Untold Story of Population Transfer,to be published by Cambridge University Press.
Public International Law, self- determination of peoples, human rights and the theory of international law.
|Mr Christopher Argyris||Nothing Secedes Like Succession: Why Self-Determination Movements Fail to Achieve State Sovereignty and International Recognition|
|Melinda Janki||External self-determination under international law.|
|Syed Masud Reza|
|Victoria Allen Stainsby||Hungry Ghosts of Empire: Reimagining Postcolonial Narrative and Law|
|Miss Paola Zichi||Thesis (Working) Title: On Feminist Approaches to Self-Determination in Mandatory Palestine|