‘Delicate Multilateralism: Is there any Hope for Compliance Mechanisms in International Humanitarian Law?’, Bonavero Perspectives, University of Oxford, 4 March 2021.
‘Straw Men, Flawed Investigations and the Spectre of Impunity: The Overseas Operations (Service Personnel and Veterans) Bill’, Exeter Centre for International Law, 10 November 2020.
‘Human Rights Implications of Covid-19: A Comparative Perspective’ (The Covid-19 Crisis: Legal, Policy and Ethical Challenges, Oxford Law Faculty Webinar, 5 June 2020).
‘A Collaborative Rubric for State Reporting on Military Training in International Humanitarian Law’, Keynote, Oxford Forum for International Humanitarian Law Compliance, Blavatnik School of Government and Law Faculty, University of Oxford, 27 March 2020 (postponed).
‘International Humanitarian Law Compliance: Is it Time for a New Approach’, Oxford Consortium for Human Rights, Magdalen College, University of Oxford, 18 March 2020 (postponed).
‘The Application of the European Convention on Human Rights to Military Operations’ (discussant, following the presentation of Dr Stuart Wallace), Bonavero Discussion Group, University of Oxford, 21 January 2020.
‘The Duty to Disobey Unlawful Orders’, Oxford Institute for Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict (ELAC) Work-in-Progress Seminar, 17 January 2020.
‘Proportionality, but Not as You Know It: The UK’s Operational Legacy Investigations on Iraq’, Bonavero Perspectives, University of Oxford, 5 December 2019.
‘Fighting Double Standards at the ICC: Torture by UK Forces in Iraq’, panel discussion organised by the European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights (ECCHR), REDRESS, Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International; The Hague, 1 October 2019.
‘“Lower-Level… Ill-Treatment” and the UK’s Investigations into Alleged Violations of International Law in Iraq’, Bonavero Discussion Group, Bonavero Institute of Human Rights, Oxford, 30 April 2019.
‘The British Army’s Training in International Humanitarian Law’, The Alseran Case One Year On: International Human Rights Law, International Humanitarian Law, and Future Military Operations; Leigh Day and the Bonavero Institute of Human Rights, 25 January 2019 (recording available here).
‘Can training troops in international law help to prevent torture in armed conflict?’, Quaker Concern for the Abolition of Torture (Q-CAT) Conference 2018 – Preventing Torture: Effective Action, Friends House, London, 3 November 2018.
'New Developments in International Humanitarian Law Training’, International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) Symposium on Changing the Narrative on International Humanitarian Law (invited participant), Geneva, 27 September 2017.
‘Laconic Norms of Prevention in International Humanitarian Law’ University of Nottingham Security Group (invited talk), 9 November 2015.
‘Solving the Conundrum between Training and Compliance in International Humanitarian Law’, Sociological Inquiries into International Law II, University of Toronto, 9-10 October 2015.
‘The Neglected Architecture of Justice in International Humanitarian Law’, International Law Association British Branch conference, 29-30 May 2015.
‘Epistemic Injustice in the Al-Sweady Public Inquiry’ SOAS School of Law PhD Colloquium, 21 May 2015.
‘Is Dissemination Enough? The Evolution of the Obligation to Train the Armed Forces in International Humanitarian Law’, International Society of Military Law and the Laws of War British Branch, invited talk, 15 May 2015.
‘Hegemonic Masculinities and UK State Practice in Interrogation in Iraq, University of Ulster Symposium on Occupation, Transitional Justice and Gender, 8 May 2015.
‘Silence and Meta-Narrative in the Baha Mousa and Al-Sweady Public Inquiries’, UCL Postgraduate and Early Careers Conference, 3 November 2014.
‘Towards Effective Military Training in International Humanitarian Law’ University of Manchester School of Law Postgraduate Research Masterclass, 15 October 2014.
‘Law of Warcraft: New Approaches to Generating Respect for the Law’ (moderator), American Society of International Law Annual Meeting and International Law Association Biennial Meeting, 11 April 2014.
‘Interpretive Complexity and the International Humanitarian Law Principle of Proportionality’, (co-organised panel and wrote fact patterns for discussion) American Society of International Law Annual Meeting and International Law Association Biennial Meeting, 10 April 2014.
‘Training Military Personnel in International Humanitarian Law: What Works to Prevent Atrocities in Armed Conflict?’, SOAS School of Law PhD Colloquium, 22 January 2014.
‘Training Troops in International Humanitarian Law: New Thoughts on Compliance Theory’, Society of Legal Scholars (SLS) Annual Meeting, University of Edinburgh, UK, 5 September 2013.
‘Is Dissemination Sufficient to Promote Compliance with International Humanitarian Law?’, Opinio Juris Emerging Voices Symposium, 13 August 2013.
‘Testing the Effectiveness of the British Army’s Training in International Humanitarian Law’, American Society of International Law (ASIL) 2nd Research Forum, Atlanta, Georgia, USA, 20-21 October 2012.
‘From Assertion to Solid Methodology in Customary International Human Rights Law’ American Society of International Law Annual Meeting, Research Showcase (Poster Session), 27 March 2009.