Biography

Claudia Tam is a DPhil candidate under the supervision of Professor Lavanya Rajamani and Professor Catherine Redgwell. Her research focuses on the decolonization of international environmental law. She has published articles on human rights law and animal law.

Claudia obtained an LLB from the University of Hong Kong and an LLM in Human Rights Law (Distinction) from the LSE, where she was awarded the Blackstone Chambers Prize in Public International Law. Prior to joining Oxford, she was an Access to Justice Fellow at Equal Justice, a Hong Kong-based community legal information center.

Research Interests

International environmental law; decolonial theory; third world approaches to international law; climate justice

Research projects