dr. A. Khadim is Postdoctoral Researcher at Institute of Criminal Law and Criminology, Leiden Law SchoolProfile page
Asmaa Khadim is a postdoctoral researcher in Institutions for Conflict Resolution, a research project implemented as part of the Dutch national sector plan for law at Leiden Law School. Her research centres around environmental constitutionalism, with a primary focus on comparative constitutional law, environmental and Indigenous rights, natural resource conflicts, cumulative impact management, and government accountability. Her regional focus is on socio-environmental conflicts in the Americas, particularly Canada, Argentina, Chile and Costa Rica. Asmaa previously held academic positions as a lecturer in Queensland, Australia, teaching courses in international environmental law, public international law, the law of international organisations, Canadian constitutional law and Canadian criminal law, at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Prior to entering academia, she worked in private practice as a Barrister and Solicitor in Ontario, Canada, and was admitted as a lawyer in both Ontario and New South Wales.