Rebecca Mooney, former law lecturer, faculty member and post-doctoral researcher at Oxford, is a practising solicitor, and a barrister (Lincoln’s Inn). Rebecca’s doctoral studies at Oxford addressed counter-terrorism powers, and the right to liberty and security. In legal practice and academe, Rebecca has expertise in public international law, human rights, constitutional and administrative law, European Union law, class action and mass harm litigation, and access to justice. Rebecca’s research interests include human rights, comparative constitutional law, class and collective action procedures, and collective fundamental rights, including environmental rights. Rebecca is currently practising as a consultant solicitor with McCue & Partners LLP, a firm specialising in international law and human rights.