Sub-Managing Editor, Refugee Review
Christina Lee is an American writer, editor and researcher living in Berlin, Germany. She has worked for numerous non-profit organizations on issues pertaining to law, migration, and minority rights, including MALDEF, the European Roma Rights Centre, NGO Praxis Serbia, and Human Rights Watch. She writes about migration and human rights and has been published in various journals and news sites, and has taught a course on Refugee Law at the University of Erfurt. She is particularly interested in the rights of irregular migrants and legally invisible persons who often fall outside the realm of state protection. She holds a Bachelor of Arts from Agnes Scott College, a Juris Doctor from Catholic University of America, and an LLM in International Law and International Relations from the University of Kent, where the subject of her thesis was how human rights treaties apply to undocumented migrants.