Dr Alice Donald is Associate Professor of Human Rights Law in the Department of Law and Politics, and Director of Learning, Teaching and Quality 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).
Senor Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
Module leader: Year 2 LLB and BA Law – UK and European Human Rights Law
Module leader: LLM – European Human Rights Law and Practice
Tutor: LLM - International Human Rights Law
Submission to the Independent Human Rights Act Review 2021 (Professor Merris Amos, Queen Mary University of London; Dr Ed Bates, University of Leicester; Dr Alice Donald, Middlesex University London; Professor Phil Leach, Middlesex University London)
Evidence to the Joint Committee on Human Rights inquiry on 'Twenty Years of the Human Rights Act' (2018)
Donald, Alice and Leach, Philip (2022) Rule of law in peril? Checking states’ misuse of power–implications and consequences of article 18 violations. In: Liber Amicorum Robert Spano. Council of Europe, Strasbourg, pp. 401-413. ISBN 978-2-8072-0927-5 (Published online first)
Donald, Alice and Leach, Philip (2022) Why the Bill of Rights poses problems for human rights in Europe – and the UK’s international standing. ukandeu.ac.uk. (Published online first)
Donald, Alice (2022) Explainer: the Bill of Rights Bill. ukandeu.ac.uk. (Published online first)
Grogan, Joelle and Donald, Alice (2022) Lessons for a 'post-pandemic' future. In: Routledge Handbook of Law and the COVID-19 Pandemic. Grogan, Joelle and Donald, Alice , eds. Routledge, Abingdon, Oxon, pp. 473-484. ISBN 9781032078854 (Accepted/In press)
Grogan, Joelle and Donald, Alice , eds. (2022) Routledge Handbook of law and the COVID-19 pandemic. Routledge Handbooks in Law . Routledge, Abingdon, Oxon. ISBN 9781032078854 (Accepted/In press)
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.