25 May Lawmaking Under Pressure Symposium: Common Article III–The Production of Legal Meaning and Lawmaking in Contemporary IHL
Kathryn Greenman has published her piece here in our joint symposium with Armed Groups and International Law.
Kathryn Greenman is a lecturer in law at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS). Prior to joining UTS, Kathryn was a PhD candidate at the Amsterdam Center for International Law at the University of Amsterdam and a Kathleen Fitzpatrick Visiting Doctoral Fellow with the Laureate Program in International Law at Melbourne Law School. With Anne Orford, Ntina Tzouvala and Anna Saunders, Kathryn co-edited the volume Revolutions in International Law: The Legacies of 1917 (Cambridge University Press 2021). Her first monograph, State Responsibility and Rebels: The History and Legacy of Protecting Investment Against Revolution, is due out with Cambridge University Press in late 2021.