Jérémie Gilbert

Dr Jérémie Gilbert is Professor of Human Rights Law at the University of Roehampton. His main area of research is on international human rights law, and more particularly the rights of minorities and indigenous peoples. He has extensively published on the rights of indigenous peoples, looking in particular at their right to land and natural resources.

Dr Jérémie Gilbert has worked with several indigenous communities across the globe and regularly serves as a consultant for several international organisations and non-governmental organisations supporting indigenous peoples’ rights. As a legal expert, he has been involved in providing legal briefs, expert opinions and carrying out evidence gathering in several cases involving indigenous peoples’ land rights across the globe.

Previously, he was a Professor of International and Comparative Law at the University of East London, a Senior Lecturer in Law at Middlesex University, a Lecturer in Human Rights at the Transitional Justice Institute of the University of Ulster.

A complete academic profile is available on his faculty webpage.