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Research areas

Fenella Billing's research is primarily centered around international and transnational law enforcement and human rights. This includes maritime security issues, such as irregular migration and cyber security, and areas relating to human rights in cross-border cooperation, such as 'mutual trust' in partner states. As part of the PolSEA (Policing at Sea) research group, Fenella's research explores search and rescue of refugees and migrants under the law of the sea and human rights. 

Research interests

Human rights, international law, comparative law, law enforcement, state responsibility, international cooperation, maritime migration, maritime security, climate change and sea level rise.

Research areas

  • The Rule of Law
  • EU Criminal Law
  • Human Rights
  • International Law
  • Law of the Sea
  • International law enforcement
  • Comparative Criminal Law


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