Kathryn joined UTS Law as a lecturer in June 2019. She holds a BA in Jurisprudence from the University of Oxford and an LLM in Public International Law from the University of Kent. Kathryn was awarded her PhD, entitled ‘The History and Legacy of State Responsibility for Rebels 1839-1930: Protecting Trade and Investment against Revolution in the Decolonised World’, from the University of Amsterdam in May 2019. Prior to joining UTS, Kathryn was a junior researcher at the Amsterdam Center for International Law at the University of Amsterdam, where she taught in the Masters program, and a Kathleen Fitzpatrick Visiting Doctoral Fellow with the ARC Laureate Program in International Law and a fellow at Melbourne Law School, where she taught in the JD.
Kathryn’s research is interested in the interrelation between the economic and the humanitarian in international law. Her work touches upon state responsibility, international investment law and international humanitarian and human rights law. More widely, Kathryn is interested in the relationship between international law and imperialism, critical international legal history, and feminist and postcolonial approaches to international law. Her work has been published in the Leiden Journal of International Law, the International Journal of Refugee Law and the Nordic Journal of International Law.
Kathryn is admitted as a solicitor in England and Wales.
Admitted as a solicitor in England and Wales
Public international law
International legal history
Ethics, law and justice