Dr Yusra Suedi

Dr Yusra Suedi

LSE Fellow

LSE Law School

Room No
New Academic Building 4.09
Arabic, English, French, Swahili
Key Expertise
International law, courts & tribunals; human rights; climate & environment

About me

Yusra Suedi is a Fellow in Law at LSE Law School. She was awarded a doctorate in Public International Law from the University of Geneva in December 2020 (summa cum laude, with the highest distinction), for her manuscript entitled ‘The Individual in the Law and Practice of the International Court of Justice’. Prior to joining the LSE, Yusra taught a self-designed course in United Nations multilateral diplomacy at the University of Geneva for five years. In parallel to her academic engagements, she has worked for the United Nations Office at Geneva, the International Law Commission and the Institut Du Droit International. Yusra also served as a judicial clerk at the International Court of Justice and a Legal Officer at the International Labour Organization Administrative Tribunal. She holds an LLM in Public International Law from the University of London (UCL and Queen Mary, jointly) and a Master of Laws from the University of Geneva.

Administrative support: Law.Reception@lse.ac.uk

Research Interests

Yusra Suedi is currently undertaking two research projects: ‘Individuals in Inter-State Proceedings’ and ‘Climate Change Litigation in International Law’. The latter project, commenced at the start of her LSE fellowship, explores the degree to which international courts and tribunals (human rights and other) are equipped to respond to litigation for climate change. The long-term goal of this project is to broaden its scope into examining the legal dimensions of climate justice. More information on both research projects can be read here.


Introduction to the Legal System (LL109)

Public International Law (LL278)


Public Engagement