Professor Sam Adelman’s visit to the Public Law Department

Professor Sam Adelman is a Research Associate in Public Law and in the time of the month of April 2019, he visited the Faculty. During Prof Sam’s visit, he engaged with staff members, PGA’s, post-grad students and researchers presenting workshops relevant to his research and teaching journey and providing input on research methodologies and techniques.

The University of Warwick and the Faculty of Law at Nelson Mandela University are partner institutions of the Law and Development Research Network and time was spent planning future interactions and the 2020 LDRn Conference which is to be hosted by Nelson Mandela University in September 2020. This will be the first time the conference will be hosted in the Global South.

Professor Sam Adelman teaches and researches climate change, legal theory and international development law and Human Rights in the School of Law at the University of Warwick and several modules in the LLM in International Development Law and Human Rights.  He has degrees from the University of Witwatersrand, Harvard University and the University of Warwick. He was banned, detained and exiled during the struggle against apartheid. Prof Adelman has been appointed as research associate in the Public Law Department at Nelson Mandela University.