Dr Alice Donald is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Law and Politics, Leader of the PhD programme in Law and Co-chair of Ethics for the School of Law.
Alice previously worked as a commissioner, editor and broadcast journalist with the BBC World Service (1991-2005). She was an Associate of Global Partners from 2007-10, and Senior Research Fellow at London Metropolitan University from 2010-12.
Leader of the PhD programme for Law and Co-chair of Ethics in the School of Law
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
Module leader: Year 2 LLB and BA – UK and European Human Rights Law
Module leader: LLM – European Human Rights Law and Practice
Tutor: LLM - International Human Rights Law
Donald, Alice and Leach, Philip (2020) Engaging with Europe after Brexit: time to reset the UKu2019s relationship with the Council of Europe. Finding Britain's role in a changing world: partnerships for the future of UK Foreign Policy . pp. 29-33. (Published online first)
Donald, Alice (2020) Principled resistance to ECtHR judgments u2013 a new paradigm?, edited by Marten Breuer [Book review]. European Convention on Human Rights Law Review , 1 (2). pp. 297-302. ISSN 2666-3236
Donald, Alice and Long, Debra and Speck, Anne-Katrin (2020) Identifying and assessing the implementation of human rights decisions. Journal of Human Rights Practice . ISSN 1757-9619 (Published online first)
Donald, Alice and Speck, Anne-Katrin (2020) The dynamics of domestic human rights implementation: lessons from qualitative research in Europe. Journal of Human Rights Practice . ISSN 1757-9619 (Published online first)
Donald, Alice and Speck, Anne-Katrin (2019) The European Court of Human Rightsu2019 remedial practice and its impact on the execution of judgments. Human Rights Law Review , 19 (1). pp. 83-117. ISSN 1461-7781
2015-2018: Implementation and compliance with human rights law: An exploration of the interplay between the international, regional and national levels, Economic and Social Research Council grant (starting September 2015; joint research project with the universities of Bristol, Essex and Pretoria and the Open Society Justice Initiative) (£1,115,512), co-investigator.
I have been principal investigator or co-investigator on a number of research projects funded by the Nuffield Foundation; the Joseph Rowntree Foundation; the Equality and Human Rights Commission, and the Thomas Paine Initiative.