Louise Loder is a Lecturer in Law (Education & Scholarship) at the University of Exeter Law School, based on the Streatham Campus. Her main interests are in International Human Rights Law, Business & Human Rights, Legal Education, and Intellectual Property / Media and Entertainment Law. She has a keen interest in open access to legal information and in the mainstreaming of human rights education, both within and outside of the law school curriculum. She has a LLM in International Human Rights Law from the University of Exeter (2017) and completed her PhD thesis on human rights culture, communication and education at the University of Exeter in 2022 under the supervision of Dr James Griffin (Law School) and Dr Taro Fujita (Graduate School of Education).
International human rights law, legal education and human rights education, business and human rights, media and entertainment law and intellectual property law