Hadi Strømmen Lile is a legal and sociology of law scholar. He has a PhD from The Law Faculty at University of Oslo. He is currently working as an associate professor at Østfold
Lile is the leader of the Research Ethics Committee (Redelighetsutvalget) at Sami University College/ Sami allaskuvla. He was the chief editor of the legal journal Kritisk juss (The Critique of law Journal) for sixs years (2014-2020). He's been a member of The National Committee for Research Ethics in the Social Sciences and the Humanities (NESH) for four years. He's also served 2 years as a member of the Press Complaint Commission (PFU) in Norway.
Lile has been working for Save the Children Norway as an international senior advisor on child rights governance. He was also an advisor for the Gáldu - Resource Centre for the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. Before his PhD he worked as a journalist in newspapers, TV and radio.
Lile has published a long stream of scientific articles and book chapters in addition to one book on “International Law on the Aims of Education” (Routledge 2021). In addition, he has edited an anthology on Psychosocial work (Gyldendal 2019). One might divide the scientific publications in the following main topics:
In addition to scientific peer reviewed publications, he has also published a lot of opinion articles, letters to the editor and op-eds, in some of the biggest newspapers and media outlets in Norway. These can be found here.
Also, he’s published many editorials and commentaries on legal issues as the chief editor of Kritisk juss (The Critique of law Journal). They can be found here.
His father was a Sámi and his mother is from Iran. He is what might be called a properly confusing cultural mix.
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