Kim Lah is a graduate researcher in Crime, Justice and Legal Studies. Her research interests broadly cover social justice, neo-colonialism and the law. Currently she is researching international law's relationship to colonialism, and its impact on the International Criminal Court. Her work weaves together notions of power with structural violence and legal philosophy.
Kim is a recipient of the Dean's Honours List at La Trobe University, and on completion of her Honours thesis, was awarded TASA's top sociology Honours student.