Dr Clare Moran
Clare Frances joined Aberdeen Law School in 2022 as a lecturer in public international law, with a focus on international criminal law. Her research interests lie in the related areas of international criminal law, international humanitarian law, and international human rights law, with a focus on the application of legal theory to these areas.
Clare Frances' work has been funded by the Clark Foundation in Legal Education, the Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland and the iCourts Centre for Excellence at the University of Copenhagen. She has held a number of visiting positions at a number of international institutions, including Columbia Law School and the Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law, and is a listed Assistant to Counsel at the International Criminal Court.
- PhD International criminal law2015 - University of Glasgow
Memberships and Affiliations
- Internal Memberships
i am joint theme coordinator for International Law and member of the PGT Policy Committee.
- External Memberships
I am external examiner at the University of Glasgow for LLM programmes in the areas of international criminal law and international law and security. I am a co-convenor of the European Society of International Law's Interest Group on Peace and Security and a member of the Society of Legal Scholar's Equality and Diversity Committee.
Clare Frances' has published widely on the concept of defences in international criminal law and international humanitarian law, and has worked on projects concerning the impact of international humanitarian law and international human rights law on the situation of refugees. Her current work focuses on the authority of international criminal law.
I am currently accepting PhDs in Law.
Please get in touch if you would like to discuss your research ideas further.
I am course coordinator for the LLM course LS502N International Criminal Law. I also teach on several undergraduate courses including LS2032 Public International Law and LS1537 UK Constitutional law.
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The Memorandum of Understanding between Italy and Libya: Does It Create Human Rights Obligations on the Part of Italy?Non-textual Forms: Web Publications and Websites
Towards a Better Migrant Protection Framework Along the Central Mediterranean Route: Human rights implications and necessary revisions of the Memorandum of Understanding Between Italy and LibyaWorking Papers: Discussion Papers
Strengthening the Principle of Non-RefoulementInternational Journal of Human Rights, vol. 25, no. 6, pp. 1032-1052Contributions to Journals: Articles
Responsibility And Freedom Of Speech Under Article 10European Human Rights Law Review, vol. 1, no. 1, pp. 67-80Contributions to Journals: Articles
What next for the troubled International Criminal Court?The ConversationContributions to Specialist Publications: Articles
The Problem of the Authority of the International Criminal CourtInternational Criminal Law Review, vol. 18, pp. 883-901Contributions to Journals: Articles
A perspective on the Rome Statute's defence of duress: The role of imminenceInternational Criminal Law Review, vol. 18, pp. 154-177Contributions to Journals: Articles
Crystallising the International Rule of Law: Trump’s Accidental Contribution to International LawWashburn Law Journal, vol. 56, pp. 491-506Contributions to Journals: Articles
Human rights law.Studying EU Law in Scotland during and after Brexit. Busby, N., Zahn, R. (eds.). First Edition edition. Scottish Universities Legal Network on Europe, pp. 81-84Chapters in Books, Reports and Conference Proceedings: Chapters
How Donald Trump’s bull-in-a-china-shop shtick is strengthening international lawThe ConversationContributions to Specialist Publications: Articles