Climate Litigation in the Global South Project: Editorial Team

Editorial Team

The following have participated in respective rounds of the GNHRE Project on Climate Litigation in the Global South as members of an expert editorial team to provide input and support to contributing authors.

Round 2: The Significance of Climate Litigation for Vulnerable Groups in the Global South

A call for participation in the second round of our project is now open. Click here for more information

Round 1:  Climate Litigation in the Global South: A Transnational Global South Perspective


Emily Barritt, Lecturer in Tort Law at King’s College London

Lisa Benjamin, Assistant Professor of Law at Lewis & Clark Law School

Kim Bouwer, Assistant Professor of Law at Durham Law School

Erin Daly, Professor of Law and Director of the Dignity Rights Clinic, Delaware Law School

Dina Lupin, South Hampton Law School, Director of the Global Network for Human Rights and the Environment

Doug Kysar, Professor of Law at Yale Law School

Jim May, Professor of Law at Widener University’s Delaware Law School

Sarah Mead, Legal Associate at Climate Litigation Network Urgenda

Harj Narulla, Barrister, UK

Annalisa Savaresi, Senior Lecturer at University of Stirling

Joana Setzer, Assistant Professorial Research Fellow at London School of Economics’ Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment

Francesco Sindico, Reader in International Environmental Law at University of Strathclyde Glasgow

Margaretha Wewerinke, Assistant Professor at Leiden University