Matthew Seet





Matthew is a lecturer at the National University of Singapore, Faculty of Law, where he teaches a doctrinal course on international refugee law and a critical course on the law and politics of forced migration. His academic writings on refugees and statelessness have been published in the International Journal of Refugee Law, European Journal of Migration and Law, and UCLA Pacific Basin Law Journal. Matthew has served the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) as a legal intern at both the headquarters in Geneva for over a year and the Kuala Lumpur field office. He is currently conducting research on the deprivation of citizenship of terrorist suspects, and the relationship between the principles of mutual trust and solidarity and fair sharing of responsibility in the EU Dublin system.

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