Dr Kate Grady is a Lecturer in Law at SOAS, University of London where she teaches criminal law and international criminal law. Prior to joining SOAS, Kate practised at the bar specialising in criminal defence and human rights cases, and was a lawyer at the Law Commission of England and Wales. Kate’s research interests lie predominantly in criminal law, international criminal law, military law, and peace and security, and the relationship between these areas. Kate’s PhD was undertaken with an Arts and Humanities Research Council Doctoral Scholarship. At the Asia Pacific Centre for Military Law, Kate is working on a research project on the role of law in addressing misconduct by United Nations military peacekeepers.

More information about Kate’s work can be found here.