Fellow (The Melbourne JD)
Kathryn Greenman is a PhD candidate and junior researcher at the Amsterdam Center for International Law at the University of Amsterdam. Her thesis, supervised by Professors André Nollkaemper and Jean d’Aspremont, is on the history and legacy of state responsibility for rebels. Since 2016, Kathryn has been a Kathleen Fitzpatrick visiting doctoral fellow with the Laureate Program in International Law at Melbourne Law School.
Kathryn’s research interests include the relationship between international law and imperialism, critical international legal history, and feminist and postcolonial approaches to international law. She has published her work in the Leiden Journal of International Law, the International Journal of Refugee Law and the Nordic Journal of International Law. She is currently co-editing a book on revolution and international law with Anne Orford, Ntina Tzouvala and Anna Saunders, due out with Cambridge University Press in 2019.
Kathryn holds a BA in Jurisprudence from Oxford University and an LLM in Public International Law from the University of Kent. She is qualified as a solicitor in England & Wales.