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Mr Colin Luoma

Mr Colin Luoma
Lecturer in Law

Summary

Colin joined Brunel Law School as a Lecturer in 2021.  Prior to joining Brunel, he was a Legal Researcher with Minority Rights Group International and a civil litigation attorney working in private practice. Colin earned his PhD in connection with his thesis entitled 'Indigenous Cultural Rights Violations and Transitional Justice in the Settler Colonial State'.  His doctoral research analysed the treatment of indigenous peoples’ cultural rights violations in transitional justice initiatives implemented in settler colonial states. More broadly, his research is focused on the intersections between indigenous and minority rights and transitional justice, historical wrongdoing, and environmental justice. 

Qualifications

PhD in Law (Brunel University London)

Juris Doctor (Saint Louis University School of Law)

Bachelor of Science - Sociology (University of Montana - Missoula)

Bachelor of Science - Accounting (University of Montana - Missoula)

Responsibility

Postgraduate Placements and Internships Coordinator 

Assistant Postgraduate Programmes Leader