Dr. Karen Hulme is senior lecturer at the School of Law, University of Essex. She is also founder and Director of the Essex Law Clinic and Associate Dean at the International Academy. She is a member of the Human Rights Centre and the Transitional Justice Network. Her book ‘Worn Torn Environment: Interpreting the Legal Threshold’ won the American Society of International Law’s Francis Lieber Prize for 2004 for ‘outstanding scholarship in the field of the law of armed conflict’. Her research interests include international environmental law and international humanitarian law, with a particular focus on climate change.
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