It is our great pleasure to introduce our new IntLawGrrls contributor Sheri A. Labenski!
Sheri is currently a Teaching Fellow in the School of Law at the University of Warwick, where she teaches on Gender and Law as well as Contract Law. Her research interests include feminist approaches to international law, international criminal law, gender, public international law, sexual violence, and armed conflict. Sheri obtained her PhD in 2017 from SOAS, University of London, which focused on female perpetrators and defendants in international criminal law, as well feminist approaches to international law. Before joining Warwick, Sheri taught at SOAS, University of London, for the School of Law and the Centre for Gender Studies. She also tutors for The Brilliant Club, UK.
Sheri holds a BA in Philosophy from Canisius College, and a MA in International Human Rights Law and a Graduate Diploma in Gender and Women’s Studies from The American University in Cairo.