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Expertise: Human Rights

Prof Janet Dine
Interaction of human rights law and international trade law.

Prof Alan Dignam
My major research interests are company law, corporate governance and the application of Constitutional Rights/Human Rights to corporations. I have written widely in domestic and international law journals on company and commercial law matters, and am the co-author with Professor John Lowry (UCL) of Company Law (Oxford University Press, 2008) and with David Allen of Company Law and the Human Rights Act (Butterworths, 2000).

Prof Geraldine Van Bueren
I am an expert in international human rights, and also specialise in rights of the child, refugee children and children in the criminal justice system. Other areas of expertise include international anti-poverty law, degrading treatment and punishment, torture and the Bill of Rights.

Prof Eric Heinze
Jurisprudence and legal theory; constitutional law; public international law; international human rights law; philosophy.

Ms Merris Amos
My research focuses on UK human rights law (including the Human Rights Act of 1998) as well as the effect of European human rights law at the national level.

Dr Shazia Choudhry
My research interests lie in the fields of European and UK human rights law and in particular the interface of those fields with substantive areas of family law. Particular areas of interest include the impact of the HRA and the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) on forced marriage and honour based violence, violence against women as a human rights issue and the effect of rights-based reasoning in the law relating to children. My work with Professor Herring at Oxford has, in particular, been recognised as representing the first detailed application of the principles of the European Convention on Human Rights to the issue of domestic violence and took place prior to the first such application of the Convention in this area by the European Court of Human Rights in Opuz v Turkey (2009).

Prof Valsamis Mitsilegas
My interests and expertise lie in the areas of EU law (with particular focus on the evolution of the Union into an Area of Freedom, Security and Justice), global security governance and human rights. I have published widely in the fields of European criminal law, immigration and asylum and security and counter-terrorism law. I am also an expert in the field of legal responses to transnational organised crime, corruption and money laundering.

Prof Jonathan Griffiths
I am currently working on research projects concerning the development of European copyright law by the Court of Justice, tobacco plain packaging legislation, trade marks and expropriation and the role of fundamental rights in European copyright law.

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