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Meghan Campbell joined Birmingham Law School in 2017 as a Lecturer in Law. She holds an LLB from the University of Manitoba. Before commencing her graduate studies, she was a Crown Attorney for the Province of Manitoba, Canada.
She has an LLM in International Law from the University of Edinburgh and a DPhil in law from the University of Oxford. During her doctoral degree, she was a stipendiary lecturer at New College, University of Oxford and taught constitutional and administrative law. After her DPhil, she was a Weston Junior Research Fellow at New College, University of Oxford. She taught on the labour law and comparative equality law at the Faculty of Law, University of Oxford and was a seminar leader for the Masters in Public Policy at the Blatvanik School of Government.
Meghan Campbell pursues several harmonious strands of research. Her research investigates how the normative content and accountability mechanisms of human rights can break entrenched cycles of gender disadvantage. At the same time, she has been active, particularly on digital platforms, in examining how human rights and courts can positively contribute to realizing education for all learners. Her future projects will examine comparative dialogic approaches to human rights in the UK and assess how the human rights framework can respond to the complex causes of poverty.
Willingness to take PhD students
International Human Rights Law
Enforcement of Rights