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Dr. Natalia Perova

Lecturer in Law

Lancashire Law School

Harris Building, HB152

+44 (0) 1772 89 3080

nperova@uclan.ac.uk

Subject Areas: Law

Natalia Perova is a Lecturer in Law at Lancashire Law School. She has previously taught at University of Birmingham, where she completed her PhD in Law. Her research interests include different aspects of international law, including public international law, human rights and international criminal law. Natalia has also completed Bar Professional Training Course. 

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Natalia Perova holds several university degrees, including an LLM in International Law with International Relations from University of Kent (campus at Brussels, Belgium) and a Master’s degree in International Journalism from the Moscow State University of International Relations (MGIMO University). She has also completed Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC) and was called to the Bar in 2014.

Prior to joining the Lancashire Law School, Natalia Perova taught at University of Birmingham, which completing her PhD, entitled: “The United Nations, member states and individuals sharing international responsibility for serious violations of international law committed during peace support operations.” She has also completed several international internships, including at the International Criminal Court (the Hague), International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (the Hague), the United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (Geneva), International Partnership for Human Rights (NGO) (Brussels).

Natalia’s research interests include different aspects of international law, in particular public international law, international humanitarian law, international criminal law, international human rights law and law of international organisations.

Natalia Perova is involved in teaching on LLB, LLM and Foundations programmes and supervises dissertations and research projects at LLB, LLM and PhD level in the areas of her research interests.

Qualifications

Ph.D. International Law, Birmingham University, 2015
Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC), University of Law, 2014
Ph.D. Constitutional Law, MGIMO University, 2013
LL.B. Law London University, 2011
PG Cert Public International Law, 2010
LL.M. International Law with International Relations, 2009
Combined B.A. and M.A. International Journalism, MGIMO University, 2008

Membership of professional and learned bodies

Honourable Society of Gray’s Inn

Research Activities

Public international law, international humanitarian law, international criminal law, international human rights law and law of international organisations.

Teaching activities and responsibilities

Law of Evidence (tutor and module leader) LLB
Privacy and Defamation in Media (tutor and module leader) Foundation
Foundations in Human Rights (tutor) LLB
Understanding Criminal Litigation (tutor) LLM
Criminal Law (tutor) LLB
Interviewing, Negotiation PDP (tutor) LLB
Introduction to Human Rights (tutor) Foundation
Contract Law (tutor) LLB
English legal system (tutor) LLB

Publications

Peacekeepers: Victims, Criminals, and Sometimes Both’ (2015) Journal of Conflict and Security Law (with Robert Cryer) (forthcoming, 12,000 words).