Current PhD students at LSE Law School are listed below (alphabetically by surname). Click on the student's name for further details. For more information about our research interests, see Research.
See also our list of recently completed PhD theses.
'Hannah Arendt's Constitutional Theory'
Daniela Arantes Prata
'Corporate behaviour, compliance and the environment: A Latin American perspective'
'Legal Issues in the regulation and adjudication of OTC Derivatives'
'Entrepreneurial futures: social enterprise, development and human rights'
Jacob van de Beeten
'Legal imagination of law and integration: a genealogy of EU law authority'
‘Basis in Natural History: Towards a Historical Materialist Theory of Environmental Law’
'Preventing the Sale of Looted Antiquities by Non-State Actors: a comparative analysis of International Law and national legislation in the United Kingdom, United States, and the European Union'
'Potential UK legal and Regulatory Path Dependency in Prohibitions against Insider Trading and Market Abuse; a project to review the legal theoretical and doctrinal foundations of insider trading prohibitions and information-based market abuse under UK law'
'Imagining police character: the case of the Chilean Carabineros'
'International Law: A Language of Expertise'
'Legal Pluralism and the Codification of the Late Ottoman Empire: A Re-imagination of Imperial Political Authority and Legal Thought'
Sebastian Gazmuri Barker
'In search for tax progressiveness in developing countries'
'Extraterritoriality and corporate crime'
'The Cost of Compliance: The Judicialization of Conflict and the Art of War’
Louise Damkjær Ibsen
'Regulatory challenges in the light of FinTech'
Carly A. Krakow
'The Role of International Law for Protecting the Human Rights of People Impacted by Environmental Crimes in Contexts of Statelessness, Displacement, and Armed Conflict'
'Understanding the factors that shape infrastructure deal-making by African governments and exploring human-rights based approaches to deal-making'
'Export Controls for Cultural Goods in the United Kingdom: A Critical Analysis'
'Nonrandom Walks of Knowledge, Wide Epistemic Responsibility, and Criminal Blameworthiness'
'The Culture of Impunity and the Regulatory Framework Protecting Cultural Property from Illicit Trafficking'
'Constituting the Worker in International Law'
'Technology and Constitutional Change'
'The reporting of nisi prius cases: origins and effects'
'The individual in EU data protection law'
Pedro Pereira de Morais Pacheco
'The uncertainty problem: how the limitations of human knowledge impact the adjudication of constitutional rights (and what should be done about it).'
‘Socio-legal consequences of the digitalisation of welfare delivery: A case study of India’s direct benefit transfer system’
Leonardo Rivera Mendoza
'Resistance, Dignity and Purpose: Encountering ‘Self-Determination’ and ‘Development’ with a Garífuna Community in Honduras'
'New Beginnings in European Constitutional Thought'
[title to be confirmed]
'The Legal Ramifications of Narrative Disclosures’ Language'
'The use of foreign law by Eastminster apex courts in public law adjudication'
'Automated decision-making by the state'
'Data and Content in the Digital World: Revisiting Proportionality in the EU Legal Order'
'International law and global waste governance: the making and discarding of smartphones'
'Constitutional implementation and informal politics in Kenya and South Africa'
'Exploring the Pervasiveness of Proportionality Reasoning in English Law'
'The Deconstitutionalization and Politicization of Constitutional Law'
'Regulating Private Military Companies: Closing the Gaps in International Law'
'International Law Profession in the Party-State China in the Cold War Times'