I presently teach at the University of Bristol but I have also taught courses at Kings College, Birkbeck College and BPP in London, at the University of Sheffield and at Universidad Sergio Arboleda in Bogota, as well as specialist online courses on migration and human rights for the Human Rights Education Associates. I have also been invited to teach particular seminars in more general courses at various universities around the globe including NYU, University of Miami, European University Institute, University of Helsinki, University of Barcelona or Los Andes University in Bogota.

I have also taught courses at numerous summer schools from the Odysseus school on Migration and Asylum at the ULB (Brussels), to the Migration course at the EUI or the Global and Regional Migration Governance programme in Geneva.

Finally, I have also been invited to teach and discuss various issues with legal practitioners, judges, civil servants and international organization officials at the Academy of European Law in Trier, at Brazilian Ministry of Labour in Brasilia, or at the Annual Immigration and Asylum practitioners meetings in Spain.

I currently supervise PhD students in the areas of internally displaced people (IDPs) and on the interplay between asylum and environmental law. I have supervised numerous Master dissertations and I have served as part of PhD Tribunals in the UK and Spain. I am always eager to receive expressions of interest from prospective PhD students. More particular details on the procedural aspects of applying for a PhD at the University of Bristol Law School might be found here.