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Snowden’s asylum case: Be careful what you ask for

According to recent news reports, Edward Snowden, the whistleblower who leaked documents revealing the scope of the National Security Agency’s surveillance program, has applied for political asylum in at least twenty-one countries.  Though his applications have not been made public, Snowden has received at least three offers of asylum: from Bolivia, Nicaragua, and Venezuela.  The […]

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Introducing Gina Heathcote

It’s our great pleasure today to welcome Gina Heathcote as an IntLawGrrls contributor.  Gina is a feminist scholar working in the Centre for Gender Studies and the School of Law at SOAS, University of London. Gina writes and teaches on Public International Law, International Law on the Use of Force and Gender Studies. Gina completed […]

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Introducing Gabrielle Simm

It’s our great pleasure today to welcome Gabrielle Simm as an IntLawGrrls contributor.  Gabrielle is an international lawyer with research interests in gender, feminist theory, humanitarian aid and disaster law, migration and refugee law.  She currently works as a Senior Research Associate with Professor Andrew Byrnes at the Australian Human Rights Centre, University of New […]

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Introducing Rosa Freedman

It’s our great pleasure today to introduce Dr. Rosa Freedman as an IntLawGrrls contributor.  Rosa is a Law Lecturer at the University of Birmingham. She completed her undergraduate studies at Queen Mary University of London and her LLM in Public International Law at University College London. Rosa was called to the Bar at Gray’s Inn […]

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