MS ALINA HOLZHAUSEN

MS ALINA HOLZHAUSEN
MS ALINA HOLZHAUSEN

MS ALINA HOLZHAUSEN

Diplom Jurist, MaƮtre en droit, LL.M.

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Biography

Alina is a PhD student focusing on climate change litigation and human rights. Her current research examines human rights-based climate change cases and their effects on a human rights approach to climate change. Alina graduated from the University of Bayreuth with a German diploma in law and holds a Maîtrise in International Law (University of Bordeaux) and an LLM in International Law and International Relations (University of Aberdeen). She has practised law at the German Parliament before corming to Aberdeen in 2019 and has been teaching Constitutional Law in Bayreuth and EU Law, Comparative Law, and Public International Law in Aberdeen. Alina works as a Research Assistant for Environmental and Climate Change Law at the British Institute of International and Comparative law (BIICL), supporting the implementation of a project on climate change litigation and the separation of powers. 

 

 

Memberships and Affiliations

Internal Memberships

AUCEL (Aberdeen University Centre for Energy Law)

CCCPIL (Centre for Constitutional and Public International Law)

Legal Research Society

External Memberships

British Institute of International and Comparative Law (BIICL)

Latest Publications

  • The Role of Science in Climate Change Litigation: International Workshop

    Holzhausen, A., Luporini, R.
    Contributions to Conferences: Other Contributions
  • Senior Women for Climate Protection v Switzerland: A Chance for the European Court of Human Rights to Make History in Climate Litigation

    Holzhausen, A.
    Non-textual Forms: Web Publications and Websites
  • How Could the Current Non-Proliferation Regime Be Improved?

    Holzhausen, A.
    Aberdeen Student Law Review, vol. 10, pp. 223-234
    Contributions to Journals: Articles

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Research

Research Overview

Human Rights Law

Climate Change Law

International Environmental Law

Public International Law

Teaching

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Publications

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  • The Role of Science in Climate Change Litigation: International Workshop

    Holzhausen, A., Luporini, R.
    Contributions to Conferences: Other Contributions
  • Senior Women for Climate Protection v Switzerland: A Chance for the European Court of Human Rights to Make History in Climate Litigation

    Holzhausen, A.
    Non-textual Forms: Web Publications and Websites
  • How Could the Current Non-Proliferation Regime Be Improved?

    Holzhausen, A.
    Aberdeen Student Law Review, vol. 10, pp. 223-234
    Contributions to Journals: Articles

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