Tonny Raymond Kirabira is a PhD law researcher at the University of Portsmouth, focusing on transitional justice and international criminal prosecution. He is a Visiting Fellow at the Firoz Lalji Centre for Africa, London School of Economics and Political Science.
He teaches undergraduate law courses at the University of Greenwich and University of Portsmouth. He previously worked as a Visiting Professional in the Office of Public Counsel for Victims at the International Criminal Court. He has also collaborated with Leiden Law School’s Grotius Centre for International Legal Studies as an expert on the Tracing Inherent Powers Project. He holds an LLM in International Human Rights Law from University of Notre Dame, and a bachelor of Laws degree from Uganda Christian University. He was admitted to the Ugandan Bar in 2014 and practices as an advocate in the High Court of Uganda and all courts of judicature. He is involved in international human rights work, including participation in UN Human Rights Council sessions in Geneva. He is also a Research Affiliate with the Refugee Law Initiative at University of London. Besides publishing journal articles, he has contributed op-eds in The Conversation, EJIL:Talk, New Vision, Daily Monitor, and others.