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Louise Loder

Lecturer

Louise Loder is a Lecturer in Law (Education & Scholarship) at the University of Exeter Law School, based on the Streatham Campus. Her main interests are in International Human Rights Law, Business & Human Rights, Legal Education, and Intellectual Property / Media and Entertainment Law. She has a keen interest in open access to legal information and in the mainstreaming of human rights education, both within and outside of the law school curriculum. She has a LLM in International Human Rights Law from the University of Exeter (2017) and completed her PhD thesis on human rights culture, communication and education at the University of Exeter in 2022 under the supervision of Dr James Griffin (Law School) and Dr Taro Fujita (Graduate School of Education).

Research interests

International human rights law, legal education and human rights education, business and human rights, media and entertainment law and intellectual property law

Other information

Email: l.m.loder@exeter.ac.uk

Room: Amory B103F

Modules taught

Biography

Louise Loder holds a First Class Honours degree in Law from the University of the West of England and an LLM in International Human Rights Law from the University of Exeter. She completed her LLM dissertation in 2017, under the supervision of Dr Catherine Dupre, on the human rights impact of the proposed repeal of the Human Rights Act. She has written her PhD thesis on human rights culture, communication and education under the supervision of Dr James Griffin and Dr Taro Fujita at the University of Exeter.
 
Louise came to law as a mature student, and having worked with a number of NGOs over the last 15 years on conferences, initiatives and advocacy focused on business and human rights issues in the MENA and Asia, including forced labour and modern slavery, gender equality, and climate action, as well as on the future of work, entrepreneurship, education, and youth empowerment.
 
Louise currently convenes the Dissertations and Research Papers modules, and teaches on the Constitutional & Administrative Law module. She is a member of the SCuLE, Human Rights and Democracy Forum, and the Decolonising Working Group.

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