Colleges, School and Institutes
, University College London
Alongside her academic work, Daniella has worked as a political consultant and at legal NGO JUSTICE. She has an LLM from UCL and a BSc in Philosophy and Politics from the LSE.
Daniella Lock’s PhD specifically examines executive accountability and human rights in the national security law context. She is interested in the attempt by European human rights law to prevent governments from abusing both national security and emergency powers, as means to preserve democracy in Europe and prevent the spread of authoritarianism. As part of this interest she is examining the means by which human rights law has developed to enable governments to evade accountability.
Human rights, constitutional law, legal philosophy, surveillance, public law, political theory.