Natasha is a DPhil student in the Faculty of Law. Her thesis concerns the prohibition of torture and inhuman or degrading treatment in Article 3 of the European Convention on Human Rights. Natasha is admitted to practice as a lawyer in NSW, Australia, and she has worked as a consultant to the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) in Pakistan and for the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions in Sydney. She completed the BCL with Distinction at Magdalen College, Oxford and the MPhil in Law at St Peter's College, Oxford. She has an LLB and a Bachelor of Economic and Social Sciences from the University of Sydney.
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Simonsen, N (2012) ‘Torture Evidence: Is it Ever Admissible?’ EJIL:Talk! Blog of the European Journal of International Law, available at http://www.ejiltalk.org/evidence-obtained-by-torture-is-it-ever-admissible/
Presentation: Lazarus, L and Simonsen, N (2011) ‘Enforcement Powers in Theory and Practice: The Equality and Human Rights Commission in Comparative Perspective’ AHRC Workshop: The Equality and Human Rights Commission: Challenges and Opportunities, School of Advanced Study, University of London
Simonsen, N (2011) ‘“War on Terror”: The Oxford Amnesty Lectures 2006 (Book Review)’ (2011) European Human Rights Law Review 239.
Simonsen, N (2010) ‘Is Torture Ever Justified? The Decision of the European Court of Human Rights in Gäfgen v Germany’ EJIL: Talk! Blog of the European Journal of International Law, available at http://www.ejiltalk.org/%E2%80%98is-torture-ever-justified%E2%80%99-the-european-court-of-human-rights-decision-in-gafgen-v-germany/