Thomas Dunk

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Teaching specialisms

Land Law, Constitutional and Administrative law, British Politics, International Relations


Thomas joined the University of Hertfordshire Law School in August 2015 as lecturer in Law, being promoted to Senior Lecturer in December 2016, and moving on to become a Principal Lecturer and LLB Programme Leader in September 2020. Previously Thomas has worked as an associate lecturer after successfully completing a PhD at the University of Exeter. He has also been the Programme Leader for the 2-year LLB between August 2018-Setptember 2020, and Programme Leader for the Politics and International Relations BA between September 2016-August 2018. 

Thomas’s doctrinal thesis takes an evidence-based approach to examining the individual during the creation of international law. The project sets out three new categories of non-state actors, a model that recognises the contribution of individuals and their work within the international system. Thomas’s research interests include Public International law, Land Law, Constitutional Law, and teaching the Law with digitial technology. 

Research interests

Public International Law, Human Rights Law, Land Law, The Creation of the International Law, Adverse Possession, Norms in International Law, Non-State Actors, UDHR, Human Rights & Culture

Education/Academic qualification

Law, PhD, The Role of the Individual in the Process of International Law Creation, The University of Exeter

Award Date: 18 Dec 2015


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