LL.B., University of London; LL.M., Certificate in National Security Law, Georgetown
Diane is a British solicitor and has worked in London in private practice, focusing on criminal law (particularly white collar fraud), employment and discrimination law, and sports and entertainment law. She has recently returned to study in the area of national security law. Her area of research is preventive detention, focusing on whether it is possible to craft a legal framework for preventive detention of terrorist suspects that would satisfy both law enforcement and human rights concerns. Diane's dissertation is being written under the supervision of Professor David Stewart.
- Preventive Detention in the Law of Armed Conflict: Throwing Away the Key? (forthcoming, Fall 2011, in the Journal of National Security Law and Policy) [SSRN]
- Education as a Counterterrorism Tool and the Curious Case of the Texas School Book Resolution (forthcoming, Fall 2011, in the Maryland Law Journal of Race, Religion, Gender and Class) [SSRN]
- Extreme Measures: Does the U.S. Need Preventive Detention to Combat Domestic Terrorism? A Comparison of Preventive Detention Models in U.S., U.K., France & Israel. 14 Touro Int'l. L. Rev. 128 (2010) [SSRN]