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Henry Lovat joined the School of Law in 2017 as a Lord Kelvin Adam Smith Research Fellow.
He was formerly a legal adviser with the UK Government and British Business Bank, prior to which he was in private practice as an English-qualified solicitor and worked with UNHCR in Bosnia-Herzegovina. Henry has also worked as an international legal consultant on human rights issues with the Council of Europe, with UNRWA in Jerusalem, and with a range of UK and international NGOs.

Henry is Co-Director of the Glasgow Global Security Network, Secretary of the International Law Working Group of the British International Studies Association, and is a member of the Law Society of Scotland Trade Policy Working Group. He is also a member of the Advisory Council of CCJO Rene Cassin.

Henry holds degrees from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (PhD International Relations), University of Toronto (LLM), McGill University (MA Political Science), and the University of Manchester (BA (Hons) Philosophy and Politics).