Katharine Booth

PhD Candidate
LLM (Advanced Studies in European and International Human Rights Law) (Leiden University) (cum laude), GDLP (College of Law), BA (Hons)/B.Laws (Hons) (UNSW)
Postgraduate Research Student

The thesis explores effective remedy for business-related human rights and environmental harms under the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises. It analyses complaints made to National Contact Points – the non-judicial grievance mechanism under the OECD Guidelines – to identify factors associated with positive remedy outcomes.


  • Justine Nolan
  • Brooke Marshall
  • Joseph Wilde-Ramsing

Area of Interest

Business and human rights, human rights law