Ms Karina Patricio Ferreira Lima
Karina Patricio Ferreira Lima is a doctoral researcher and part-time tutor at Durham Law School. She has been awarded a Durham Law School Studentship to pursue her doctoral studies at Durham. She is also a Modern Law Review Scholar.
Karina holds an MA in International Affairs from the Latin American School of Social Sciences, and LLB and BA first-class honours degrees from the University of Buenos Aires, also recognised in Brazil by the Federal University of Ouro Preto. Her research interests lie in the role of law in the world's political and economic organisation, especially under a distributive and developmental perspective. She is a member of the Institute of Commercial and Corporate Law (ICCL) at Durham Law School.
Karina’s doctoral research aims to contribute to the theoretical foundations of an international law on sovereign bankruptcy that is centred on distributive and developmental goals. Drawing on the scholarship of Political Philosophy, Law and Political Economy, and Law and Development, her research is engaged on a scholarship of international law that is driven towards transforming the global political economy through institutional innovation.
Karina is a part-time tutor for English Law and Legal Methods, an undergraduate module at Durham Law School. She also collaborates as a research assistant in the project ‘Unacceptable Forms of Work’, funded by the ESRC Impact Acceleration Account, in partnership with UN's International Labour Organisation.
Karina is a fluent speaker of English, Portuguese, and Spanish. She can also read in French.
- International Law
- Law and Development
- Law and Economics
- Law and Political Economy
- Legal Theory
- Karina Patricio Ferreira Lima (2017), A reestruturação da dívida soberana como bem público global: rumo a um regime de regulação estatutário e multilateral, in Wagner Menezes eds, XI: 15º Congresso Brasileiro de Direito Internacional. Arraes Editores, 153-169.