SCELG PhD Member
Graham is a PhD candidate researching the legal relationship between the human right to health and marine biodiversity conservation. Through his research, he seeks to identify innovative ways in which existing international legal instruments may be interpreted and applied to mutually support human health and marine biodiversity. Graham is also a member of the One Ocean Hub. Prior to joining the SCELG in October 2018, Graham worked as a legal consultant in the sphere of international environment and development law, with a primary focus upon agriculture law. He has worked as a Team Lead at the World Bank, and as a legal consultant for the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE). In this capacity, he has worked closely with national governments to inform legislative reform processes and support legislative drafting in various countries. He also worked for a period as a project manager at CDP, supporting the development of and reporting on corporate climate change policy. Graham holds an LL.B. in law from the University of Dundee and an LL.M. with distinction in Global Environment and Climate Change Law from the University of Edinburgh.
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