Lecturer in Law
Natalie is a Lecturer in Law (Education and Research) teaching Tort and Constitutional & Administrative Law. She joined Exeter Law School in January 2021.
Natalie is completing her PhD at University College London (UCL). Her doctoral research analyses the legal position of domestic workers and their frequent exclusion from protective labour law legislation and critiques this exclusion on the basis of human rights standards. It includes case studies on Chile and the UK with empirical work in each.
Prior to joining Exeter, Natalie was a Teaching Fellow at UCL from 2018 to 2020, teaching Tort and Employment Law. In 2020 Natalie convened a course on Labour Law and Human Rights at Queen Mary University of London.
Natalie is a trustee for the migrant domestic worker NGO Kalayaan, and is on the Executive Commmittee of Lawyers for Palestinian Human Rights. Before entering academia, Natalie spent nine years in legal practice (two years in training and seven years as a qualified solicitor) specialising in claims against the police and public authorities.
Research group links
Labour law; human rights law, including as relevant to (domestic) workers' rights, rights of women and migrants, socio-economic rights, and positive duties; feminist and anti-racist approaches, Latin America; business and human rights.
My office hours are Monday 4pm to 5pm and Tuesday 3pm to 4pm. Students can book an online meeting at: https://calendly.com/n-sedacca