Lawrence Hill-Cawthorne is a Graduate Teaching Assistant in Public International Law for the Law Faculty. He is also in the final year of his DPhil, for which he is writing a thesis on ‘International Law and the Procedural Regulation of Internment in Non-International Armed Conflict’. He was also previously a Stipendiary Lecturer and Director of Studies in Law at Merton College, for which he taught the undergraduate course in trusts law.
Other previous positions include British Research Council Fellow at the John W Kluge Center, Library of Congress, Washington DC, Convenor of the Oxford Public International Law Discussion Group, and Treasurer & Member of the Executive Committee of Oxford Pro Bono Publico.
His research interests lie in the field of public international law and, more specifically, international humanitarian law, human rights law and international criminal law. He is particularly interested in the relationship of these different areas to general international law.
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L Hill-Cawthorne, 'The Copenhagen Principles on the Handling of Detainees: Implications for the Procedural Regulation of Internment' (2013) 18(3) Journal of Conflict & Security Law (forthcoming)
The Evolution of Fundamental Rights Charters and Case Law: A Comparison of the United Nations, Council of Europe and European Union Systems of Human Rights Protections (Report for the EP, Directorate-General for Internal Policies, 2011), with Liora Lazarus et al http://www.europarl.europa.eu/
‘Reconciling Superior Courts with the European Court of Human Rights: A Comparative Perspective’ (Oxford Pro Bono Publico Report, 2011), with Laura Hilly et al (eds)
‘International Law Submission to the Iraq Inquiry’(Oxford Pro Bono Publico Opinion, 11 July 2010), with Patricia Jimenez Kwast et al
'Anna Grear, Redirecting Human Rights: Facing the Challenge of Corporate Legal Humanity'  European Human Rights Law Review 372
'Emily Crawford, The Treatment of Combatants and Insurgents under the Law of Armed Conflict'  European Human Rights Law Review 453
Teaching: Public International Law
Research: Public international law, international humanitarian and human rights law, international criminal law and EU law