Research staff

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  • Lamin Daffeh

    Lecturer in Law

    Lamin is a lecturer in Law and a PhD Research Fellow at the BCU. He is an experienced practitioner in advancing education and International development.

  • Rebecca Lawrence

    Lecturer in Law

    Rebecca Lawrence joined BCU as a Lecturer in Law in August 2021. She qualified with a first-class degree in Law with French Law from the University of Oxford, receiving a prize for submitting the best paper in Criminology.

  • Chipo Mwale

    Senior Lecturer

    Chipo Mwale is Programme Director for LLM International Human Rights and also a Senior Lecturer in the School of Law. She currently teaches the following courses: LL.B.; LL.M. Corporate and Business Law; LLM International Human Rights; BA Joint Honours Programme (Business Law Pathway).

  • Dr Amna Nazir

    Senior Lecturer in Law; Associate Director Centre for Human Rights

    Dr Amna Nazir is an interdisciplinary academic with research expertise in international human rights law and Islamic theology. She holds key senior and strategic roles as co-Director of the School’s flagship LLM in International Human Rights and International Law, Associate Director of the Centre for Human Rights and Associate...

  • Dr Iyan Offor

    Law Lecturer

    Dr Iyan Offor is a Lecturer in Law conducting interdisciplinary, theoretical research focusing on global animal law, environmental justice, intersectionality, posthumanism and law in the Anthropocene.

  • Dr Rebecca Smyth

    Lecturer

    Dr Rebecca Smyth is a Lecturer in Law, specialising in international human rights law. She focuses on women’s and LGBTQ* rights, and the (sometimes productive) tensions arising from historically oppressed groups engaging with the language and mechanisms of human rights.

  • Dr Alice Storey

    Senior Lecturer, Course Director for LLM International Human Rights / LLM International Law

    Dr Alice Storey is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Law and Associate Director of the Centre for Human Rights.  She leads the American Criminal Procedure & Evidence and America & International Legal Issues LLB modules.

  • Professor Jon Yorke

    Professor of Human Rights and Director of the Centre for Human Rights

    Jon Yorke is the Professor of Human Rights in the School of Law and the Director of the Centre for Human Rights (CHR). His qualifications include LL.B. (Hons) (BCU), LL.M. and Ph.D. (Warwick).

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