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Henrietta Zeffert


Thesis Title: 'Home in law'

Supervisors: Professor Susan Marks and Professor Linda Mulcahy

Research Interests: International law, architecture, urban planning, geography, gender, human rights, equality

Henrietta Zeffert is a PhD student in the law department at the LSE. Her thesis explores the concept of home in law.

Henrietta has a Bachelor in Laws (Hons) and Bachelor of Arts (Latin/Classics) from The University of Melbourne (2007) and a Bachelor of Civil Laws (Dist) from the University of Oxford (2010). Henrietta is a solicitor and barrister of the Supreme Court of Victoria and the High Court of Australia. Henrietta was associate to the Honourable Justice Susan Crennan AC, High Court of Australia, in 2011.


Henrietta teaches in the LSE Summer School in International Law: Contemporary Issues, Advanced Mediation and Negotiation (2013, 2014) and International Human Rights Law (2013). She co-teaches Law and Social Theory in the LSE Law Masters program (2014-2015). At Melbourne Law School, The University of Melbourne, Henrietta teaches Legal Method and Reasoning (2012, 2013, 2014) and Dispute Resolution in the JD program.

Other activities

Henrietta writes and photographs for Right Now, an Australian human rights media organisation (, and Assemble Papers, a publication exploring small footprint living across art, design, architecture, urbanism, the environment and finance ( Henrietta is a volunteer lawyer with Liberty  (


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