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Yulia Ioffe


Postdoctoral Researcher

Room Number: Mile End


Yulia is a Postdoctoral Researcher working on the AHRC-funded project ‘Rethinking Child Law and Policy’. She has completed her DPhil (PhD) in Law degree from University of Oxford. Her doctoral thesis focused on the rights of asylum seeking children and the role of international organisations in treaty interpretation in this field. At University of Oxford, Yulia taught public international law, international and European human rights law.

Yulia has completed LL.M degree with concentration in international human rights law from Harvard Law School, where she worked at the Immigration and Refugee Law Clinic and served as an Article Editor for the Harvard International Law Journal. Yulia also holds LLB (Hons) and LLM (Hons) degrees from Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University Institute of International Relations, Ukraine.

Previously, Yulia clerked for H.E. Judge James R. Crawford at the International Court of Justice and worked at the UNHCR Representation in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the UNHCR Regional Representation for Belarus, Moldova, and Ukraine, the Ukrainian Red Cross Society, and a New York litigation firm.

Undergraduate Teaching

Tort Law



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