Professor of International Law and Research Director
Professor Lindsay Moir is Professor of International Law. He joined the Law School as a Lecturer in 1997, after obtaining degrees from the University of Edinburgh (LLB) and the University of Cambridge (LLM, PhD).
Professor Moir was a Senior Lecturer from 2003-2005, and has been Professor of International Law since 2005. He served as Head of the Law School in 2003, and from 2009-2012.
Professor Moir was a founding member and Deputy Director of the McCoubrey Centre for International Law, and is responsible for the Law School's Annual Josephine Onoh Memorial Lecture series. He has been awarded research funding from the British Academy, the Economic and Social Research Council and the Nuffield Foundation, and held a visiting position at the International Human Rights Law Institute, DePaul University College of Law, Chicago.
He is currently Research Director for the Law School.
Professor Moir is a leading expert in the international legal regulation of the use of force and armed conflict.
Teaching and Learning
- Force, Conflict and Security (module leader)
- Force, Security and International Law (module leader)
- Armed Conflict and International Law (module leader)