Membership

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THE HONOURABLE DAME LINDA DOBBS DBE (CHAIR)

The Hon. Dame Linda Dobbs DBE is the Chair of the School’s Ethics Policy Committee, which was established in June 2012 and also serves as a member of the Equality and Diversity Working Group.

 
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MS GAURI KASBEKAR-SHAH

Gauri Kasbekar-Shah read Law at the LSE and then went on to complete her LLM at the School as well. She started her career at Clifford Chance LLP, a leading global law firm, qualifying into the Projects, Energy and Infrastructure Group, and had the opportunity to work on cross-border transactions with a key focus on energy; this included a secondment to Brazil.

 
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DR WENDI MOMEN

Dr Wendi Momen was a member of the Ethics Code Consultation Group, which facilitated the School-wide consultation from which the School’s first Ethics Code was drafted and approved by Council in June 2012. She also serves on the School’s Health and Safety Committee.

 
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PROFESSOR JANET HUNTER

Professor Janet Hunter is an academic member of the LSE Council, as well as serving on the School’s Audit Committee. She was a member of the Ethics Code Consultation Group, which facilitated the School-wide consultation from which the School’s first Ethics Code was drafted and approved by Council in June 2012, and recently chaired an Academic Board working group convened to consider best practice in terms of research centre governance and management.

 
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MR ROGER MOUNTFORD

Roger Mountford was educated at Kingston Grammar School, LSE and Stanford Business School. Whilst studying for a BSc (Econ) at LSE, he was joint winner of the Harold Laski Prize; received the Graham Wallas Memorial Scholarship (awarded by the University of London); was Senior Treasurer, Students’ Union; and worked in the office of the Leader of the Opposition. Roger is chairman of LSE Enterprise Limited.

 
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DR MATTHEW ENGELKE

Dr Matthew Engelke is an academic member of the LSE Council. He is a senior lecturer in the Department of Anthropology, specialising in the study of religion and culture. An Africanist by training, he has also conducted a major fieldwork project on public religion and secularism in England, and his newest project is an ethnography of the British Humanist Association.

 
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DR OMAR MCDOOM

Dr Omar McDoom is Assistant Professor of Comparative Politics in the Government Department.  His areas of expertise are African Politics and Political and Ethnic Violence.  Prior to joining the LSE in 2009, Dr. McDoom held research fellowships at Harvard and Oxford universities and had worked as a Policy Officer for the World Bank, a Legal Officer for the Government of Guyana, and on electoral missions for the OSCE and UN. He is an Attorney (non-practicing) admitted in New York.

 

 
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DR MARGOT SALOMON

Dr Margot E Salomon is senior lecturer in the Centre for the Study of Human Rights and Law Department. Dr Salomon is a member of the Centre’s Advisory Board and sits on the Executive Board of the Association of Human Rights Institutes. She specialises in international human rights law and its application to world poverty, development, and issues of global economic justice and has published widely on those topics.

 

 

 

MS NONA BUCKLEY-IRVINE

As General Secretary of the LSE Students’ Union, Nona Buckley-Irvine is the primary representative of the LSE students to the School, the media and the outside world.

 
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