SOAS University of London

School of Law

Dr Kate Grady

LLB (Leeds), LLM, PhD (Bristol), PGDip (UWE)
  • Teaching
  • Research
  • Publications

Overview

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School of Law

Postgraduate Taught Programmes Convenor (LLM)

Centre for the study of Colonialism, Empire and International Law

Co-Director

Centre on Conflict, Rights and Justice

Member

Centre for Human Rights Law

Member

Centre for Gender Studies

Member

REF Steering Group

Academic Representative

Name:
Dr Kate Grady
Email address:
Telephone:
+44 (0)20 7898 4719
Building:
Senate House
Office No:
S326
Academic Support Hours:
Thursday 12:30 - 13:30 and Friday 11:30 - 12:30
On Sabbatical:
Term 2 (2019/20)

Biography

Kate is a Senior Lecturer in Law at SOAS University of London, where she researches international law and critical legal theories. 

Teaching

Programmes Convened
Modules Taught
PhD Students supervised
  • Denise Naicker, The Co-production of Nuclear Technology and Global Political Order
  • Fé de Jonge, New Approaches to the Study of International Criminal Tribunals in History
  • Riccardo Labianco, International Law and the Responsibility of States Engaged in Arms Transfers beyond Borders
  • Xia'nan Jin, Women's political life in post-genocide Rwanda (working title)

Research

Military law, criminal law, international criminal law, peace and security, peacekeeping, critical legal theories

Publications

Articles

Grady, Kate (2019) 'For whom the bell tolls: London’s Iraq and Afghanistan memorial 1990-2015'. London Review of International Law, (7) 3, pp 353-376.

Grady, Kate (2016) 'Sex, Statistics, Peacekeepers and Power: UN Data on Sexual Exploitation and Abuse and the Quest For Legal Reform'. Modern Law Review, (79) 6, pp 931-960.

Grady, Kate (2016) 'Disciplinary Offences at the Court Martial'. Criminal Law Review, (2016) 10, pp 714-742.

Grady, Kate (2014) 'International Crimes in the Courts of England and Wales'. Criminal Law Review, (10), pp 693-722.

Grady, Kate (2014) 'International Crimes in the Courts of England and Wales'. 60th Anniversary Commemorative Edition of the Criminal Law Review, pp S142-S171.

Grady, Kate (2010) 'Sexual Exploitation and Abuse by UN Peacekeepers: A Threat to Impartiality'. International Peacekeeping, (17) 2, pp 215-228.

Book Chapters

Grady, Kate (2020) 'Towards a Carceral Geography of International Law'. In: Pahuja, Sundhya and Chalmers, Shane, (eds.), The Routledge Handbook of International Law and the Humanities. Routledge. [Forthcoming]

Conference Items

Grady, Kate (2017) 'Non-Sexual Misconduct by United Nations Peacekeepers – Why the Silence?' In: Society of Legal Scholars Annual Conference, 7-8 September 2017, Dublin. [Unpublished]

Grady, Kate (2015) 'The Tyranny of Numbers: UN Statistics on Sexual Exploitation and Abuse by its Peacekeepers' In: Academic Council on the United Nations System Annual Meeting 2015, 11-13 June 2015, The Hague. [Unpublished]

Grady, Kate (2014) 'Sexual violence against women during and post-conflict: are UN peacekeepers part of the solution or part of the problem?' In: Women in and at War Conference, 18 - 19 September, 2014, University of Warwick. [Unpublished]

Grady, Kate (2008) 'Sexual Exploitation and Abuse by United Nations Peacekeepers: A Threat to Impartiality' In: Society of Legal Scholars Annual Conference, 2008, London School of Economics. [Unpublished]

Book Reviews

Grady, Kate (2006) 'A Review of Fareda Banda, Women, Law and Human Rights: An African Perspective'. African Journal of International and Comparative Law, (14) 2, pp 295-297.

Other

Grady, Kate (2017) 'Comment on Blackman [2017] EWCA Crim 190' Criminal Law Review, 2017.

Grady, Kate (2014) 'Comment on Gul [2013] UKSC 64' Criminal Law Review.

Grady, Kate (2014) 'Comment on Marines A, B, C, D and E [2014] EWCA Crim 2367' Criminal Law Review.

 

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