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Humanitarian Law & Policy:
Classification of Conflicts, Gender and Protection, Human Rights in Armed Conflict, International Criminal Law, International Humanitarian Law, Public International Law

<p><span style="font-size: 13px; line-height: 1.6em;">&nbsp; &nbsp;Dr. Daniela Nadj is a Lecturer in Public Law and Administrative Law at Queen Mary, University of London. She is also Course Convenor in EU Law at the Institute of Law in Jersey, a post she has held since early 2013. Previously, she lectured at the University of Westminster in the following subjects: The United Nations System for the Protection of Human Rights; UK Human Rights Law; International Criminal Law; Public Law and EU Law. During the academic year 2011-2012, she acted as Senior Lecturer in Law/LLB programme coordinator at Middlesex University, Mauritius, where she taught EU Law, Evidence and Public Law in addition to overseeing all academic aspects of the department. Daniela&rsquo;s primary research interests are in the fields of international criminal law, human rights, feminist legal theory and armed conflict. She has published in the area of international criminal law exploring the impact of ICTY and ICTR wartime sexual violence jurisprudence on the twin feminist frames of gender justice and equality in the current legal and political moment.</span></p>