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Dr. Nadine El-Enany joined Birkbeck as Lecturer in Law in 2013. Between 2010 and 2013 she lectured at Brunel University, London where she also co-directed the Brunel Human Rights Centre. After graduating with an LLB in 2006 from the London School of Economics, she completed her doctoral thesis in the field of EU and UK refugee law at the European University Institute, Florence. She has taught EU law at the London School of Economics, where she is presently a research fellow in the Migration Studies Unit. She was Guest Lecturer in European and Public Law on the London School of Economics Executive Education programme in May 2010. Nadine is currently Recent Developments Editor for the International Human Rights Law Review.

Nadine was selected to join the Runnymede Trust Race Equality Forum in 2012 and is a member of the European Association of Lawyers for Democracy and Human Rights. She is on the organising committee of the Defend the Right to Protest campaign and has published several comment pieces in The Guardian.

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