Lama Karame
Lama is a lawyer and researcher, and currently the President of the Administrative Board of the Legal Agenda. Between 2017 and 2019, she directed the Strategic Litigation Department, where she contributed to the litigation of various human rights cases in Lebanese courts. Her research primarily focuses on the intersectionality of law and society. Lama holds an LL.B. in public law from the Saint Joseph University of Beirut and a bachelor’s degree in sociology from the Lebanese University. In 2015, she graduated with distinction from SOAS University of London with an LL.M. in law, culture, and society. She is currently a PhD candidate at the Centre for Socio-Legal studies at the University of Oxford.