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Biography Katie is a PhD candidate and Deputy Director of the Human Rights and Public Law Centre. She returned to Durham University, where she graduated with a First-Class degree in Law (LLB), after obtaining a Distinction in International Development Law and Human Rights (LLM) at the University of Warwick. Katie was awarded a Durham Law School PhD Studentship as is a previous recipient of the University of Warwick's Law School LLM Scholarship for Outstanding Students.

She has previously convened an LLM module in Economic and Social Rights at the University of Nottingham and acted as a PhD Coach for undergraduate students new to Durham as part of The Brilliant Club's Join the Dots Programme. She has also acted as a Part-Time Tutor in Trusts Law and Foundation Fellow at the University.
Research Interests Care Ethics
Economic and Social Rights
International Human Rights Law
Right to Food