BA, LLM, DPhil
Assistant Professor, School of Law, University of Warwick
Catherine Briddick is an Assistant Professor in the School of Law at the University of Warwick. Catherine is a scholar of human rights and refugee law who draws on feminist approaches to international law, and legal theorising on intersectionality, to analyse protection, discrimination, and the relationships between them. Her research has been published in leading peer reviewed journals and books, including the International Journal of Discrimination and the Law, ICLQ, and the Oxford Handbook of International Refugee Law (Costello, Foster, and McAdam (eds), OUP 2021).
Catherine holds an LLM from the LSE and a doctorate from the University of Oxford. She is a barrister (currently non-practicing) with extensive experience in the legal not-for-profit sector.
Guest Editor Introduction: Contesting and Undoing Discriminatory Borders
Shreya Atrey et al, (2022), International Journal of Discrimination and the Law, 22 (3)
Unprincipled and unrealised: CEDAW and discrimination experienced in the context of migration control
Catherine Briddick, (2022), International Journal of Discrimination and the Law
Mobility and sanctuary: how to revive asylum in Europe
Catherine Briddick, (2022)
Ukraine: the UK is failing to meet its obligations under the 1951 Refugee Convention
Catherine Briddick, (2022), The Conversation
Introduction to the Symposium on Undoing Discriminatory Borders
Catherine Briddick and Cathryn Costello, (2021), AJIL Unbound, 115, 328 - 332