Biography

Andrew Shacknove (AB Bowdoin; PhD Yale; JD Harvard; MA, Oxon). University Lecturer in Law and Director of Legal Studies, University of Oxford Department for Continuing Education and Fellow of Kellogg College, Oxford.

Formerly a lawyer with UNHCR in Malaysia, Dr Shacknove was for many years a consultant with the United Kingdom Home Office Asylum Division. Between 1990 and 1993 he was Joyce Pearce Research Fellow at Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford.

He is Co-Director of the Oxford/George Washington University Summer Programme in International Human Rights Law and Academic Adviser to the Adilisha Project of human rights training in southern Africa.

Special Interests: Public International Law, Human Rights and Forced Migration.

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