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Personal Statement

Iyan Offor joined the University of Strathclyde and the Strathclyde Centre for Environmental Law & Governance in September 2017 as a PhD researcher and JARA scholar.

Iyan’s research focuses centrally on global animal law, international trade law and critical approaches to anthropocentrism in law. Iyan utilises intersectional, posthumanist and deconstructive ethics to underpin his work in legal theory. The cross-cutting nature of animal law means that Iyan’s work closely intersects with global governance, earth jurisprudence, wildlife and conservation law, and themes in international law and European Union law.

Iyan’s most recent activities include:

Prior to joining the University of Strathclyde Centre for Environmental Law & Governance, Iyan conducted research, advocacy and knowledge exchange work as a Project Officer for Eurogroup for Animals. Iyan holds an LL.M. by research (with distinction) from the University of Aberdeen and an LL.B. from the University of Edinburgh, with one year undertaken at the National University of Singapore. Iyan is also a member of the Scottish Steering Committee for the UK Centre for Animal Law. 

Keywords

  • Animal law
  • Global animal law
  • Animal ethics
  • Intersectionality
  • Posthumanism
  • International Trade Law
  • Global law

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