BSS (Bachelor of Social Science), National University of Bangladesh; LLB Law with International relations, London Metropolitan University; LPC (Legal Practice Course), London Metropolitan University; LLM Master of Laws in Human Rights, Queen Mary Univerity of London
Legal Consciousness; Legal Anthropology in South Asia; Critical and post-colonial legal thought; Exploring law, policing and criminal justice in socio-political and institutional context.
Constitutional Law, International Law, Law and Development
Theories of secession clash territorial integrity of states against self-determination of peoples. Are secession cases sui generis, or can we explain why some statehood bids succeed where others fail?
Sara Bertotti is the recipient of the e-FileReady Scholarship to complete a PhD on Law and Peace Agreements at SOAS.
Emad is one of the prominent commercial arbitrator in the UAE, Gulf States & Middle East with a professional practitioner journey of 20 years in Alternative Dispute Resolution. He has been appointed as chairman,sole arbitrator and co-arbitrator in various institutional and ad-hoc arbitration cases in construction, real estate, partnership, supply chain management sales & purchase agreements and investment disputes. He is a writer in several Gulf newspapers in legal and development topics. For further info, you may visit his website: www.dremadhussein.com/en
I am a practising commercial lawyer. I also work on human rights, indigenous peoples and the environment.
Law and Politics, Law and Society, Law and Social Movement, Human Rights, Hong Kong Politics
Development specialist and Human rights activist with expertise in Africa related women and girls’initiatives. Founder and CEO Murtala Muhammed Foundation and co- founder Bring Back OurGirls Movement #BBOG
Antonia is currently the Senior Justice Expert for the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) based in New York. She has extensive experience establishing and heading justice programmes for the UN and INGOs in the Sudan, Somalia and the occupied Palestinian territory and has worked for UNHCR in Washington DC. Antonia practised criminal law in London with Jones and Allen law firm in London.
Public Law; Rights; the Labour Party; and Political Theory.
Environmental Law, Water Law, Human Rights, Public International Law, Constitutional Law of India, Conflict of Law, Legal Theory, Gender Equality
Faiza holds an LLM in International Commercial and Economic Law from SOAS and an LLB in Law from Brunel University London. She is currently pursuing a PhD from SOAS with her thesis focusing on the intersection of corporate accountability and environmental liability.
International Law and Politics Researcher