Nora welcomes PhD proposals in the areas of gender and law, particularly feminist and socio-legal approaches to refugee law, IHR or PIL.
Current doctoral students
Alex Powell: Queering Refugee Law: A Study of Social Group Categorisation in the UK Asylum Apparatus (City, University of London).
Nora is a Lecturer in Law and the Deputy Director of Postgraduate Research. She returned to the School of Law in June 2020. Prior to that, she was a Lecturer at City, University of London and a Teaching Fellow at University of Reading. In 2017, she was also a Visiting Lecturer at the Henley Business School, running the Gender and Feminism at Work module.
Nora's research interests lie primarily in the field of gender and law, particularly feminist and socio-legal approaches to refugee law, human rights law and public international law.
Together with Flora Renz (Kent), Nora convenes the Gender, Sexuality and Law Stream at the Socio-Legal Studies Association Annual Conferences.
LLB (University of Melbourne, 2006), LLM in International Law and World Order (University of Reading, 2009), PhD (University of Reading, 2015), FHEA (2017)