Dr Darren Dinsmore, Lecturer in Law
LLB Law and Government, University of Ulster (2002); LLM Human Rights Law, Queen's University Belfast (2005); Diploma in International Human Rights Law, Åbo Akademi (2008); PhD, Queen's University Belfast (2012)
Darren has previously worked at Queen's University Belfast (2007-2011) and Keele University (2011-2012), and took the position of Lecturer in Law at the University of Kent in August 2013.
Darren's research interests are in the field of human rights law and armed conflict. He is currently working on a monograph, to be published with Intersentia, which examines forced displacement and the European Convention on Human Rights in Turkey. He is also pursuing research on gross human rights violations, fact-finding and the right to truth, and large-scale reparations schemes.
Darren's conference paper 'Internal Displacement in Turkey...' can be listened to here
Darren's ThinkKent lecture 'What Can States Do in Times of Crisis? can be viewed hereback to top
Also view these in the Kent Academic Repository
Teaching and Supervision
- Convenor of International Human Rights in Context
- Convenor of International Law (Principles and Sources)
- Convenor of English Legal System and Skills
- LW508 Criminal Law
- LW588 Public Law 1
- LW592 Public Law 2
- LW598 Equity and Trusts
- LW880 European Human Rights Law
Darren is happy to supervise in the areas of human rights law and armed conflict, and public international law generally.
Other Academic Activities
Convenor of Academic Peer Mentor scheme
Member of Study Skills team
Member of the Centre for Critical International Law
Stage 2 examiner from Autumn 2014