Lecturer, York Law School; Academic Associate, 23 Essex Street Chambers
Dr Alex Green is a Lecturer at York Law School and an Academic Associate of 23 Essex Street Chambers. His expertise lies in public international law, legal and political philosophy, and cultural legal studies. His research interests include the law of statehood, with a particular focus upon state creation, continuity, and extinction; the idea of legal pluralism; and the nature and value of the rule of law. His current projects concern the existential threats faced by Small Island States as a result of human-caused climate change, with a particular focus upon rising sea-levels; the position of Indigenous legal orders within CANZUS settler-states; and the relationship between legal philosophy and science fiction. Alex's publications have appeared in journals such as the Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, the Australian Year Book of International Law, and the European Human Rights Law Review. He has been funded by the Modern Law Review and the Hong Kong Research Grants Council. His visiting appointments have included the University of Cambridge and the University of Leeds.