Every research team in EIJI is supervised by an experienced professional to ensure that the research we deliver to our clients is of the highest quality, and that our researchers develop and learn as much as possible during their time at EIJI. Today, we are excited to introduce one of our supervisors this year, Susan Kemp!
Susan is currently a commissioner on the Scottish Commission of Human Rights. Susan has previously worked with the Prosecution’s office at the International Criminal Court, the Inter-American Court of Human Rights and was picked to be part of the United Nations (UN) team on, “The Rule of Law and Sexual Violence in Armed Conflicts” which was established by the United Nations Security Council. She has also consulted the UN, NGOs and prosecutors on international law on a regular basis throughout her career. She has worked on prosecuting individuals ranging from war criminals and violators of crimes against humanity to presidents.
She will be guiding and supervising one of our two research teams in January, and we are looking forward to working closely with someone of her amazing experience and expertise.
If you want to have the opportunity to work with clients on international human rights, humanitarian law and international criminal law while interacting with seasoned professionals like Susan, apply for our legal research positions! They close at midnight tonight (16 November).