Dr Elif Ozsoy
Stella Turk Building G2:07
Elif studied Law as an undergraduate. She practised law for 8 years specialising in human rights with substantial work experience with gender-based violence, LGBTI+ and minority rights.
She holds an LLM in International Human Rights Law obtained from the University of Exeter and also completed her PhD in law at the University of Exeter in 2018 Her research focuses on Less-imperialistic Law-Making methods and legal transplantation of the LGBTI rights concept by non-West. Her broader research interests are public international law, human rights, LGBTI+ rights from the perspective of feminist and decolonial legal theories.
She has taught for Politics, International Relations and Law. She was an associate lecturer in Law at the University of Exeter/Streatham campus from January 2019 to June 2019. She is a Lecturer in Law at the University of Exeter based on the Penryn Campus starting from October 2019.