LLB, LLM, BCL
Lara Ibrahim is a DPhil in Law student at the Faculty of Law and the recipient of the Faculty’s BAME DPhil in Law Scholarship in conjunction with Oriel College.
Her main research interests are in Public International Law, looking specifically at extraterritorial human rights obligations of States and transnational corporations in relation to environmental harm and climate change.
She is supervised by Professor Lavanya Rajamani and Dr. Ekaterina Aristova. Lara completed the BCL in 2022 with Distinction and read for the papers International Human Rights Law: Theory, Practice and Critique, International Environmental Law, International Law of the Sea, and Comparative Human Rights.
Prior to studying at Oxford, Lara completed her LLB and an LLM at The University of Sheffield.
At Oriel College, Lara teaches Tort Law and Contract Law.
Public International Law; Environmental Law; Human Rights Law.