Patricia Tuitt is a legal academic working within the field of postcolonial studies. Formerly Professor and Dean of the School of Law at Birkbeck, University of London, she now curates an online resource (patriciatuitt.com) consisting of academic articles, book reviews and blog posts. Her publications include the monographs: False Images: Law’s Construction of the Refugee (1996) and Race, Law, Resistance (2004). She is co-editor of Critical Beings: Law, Nation and the Global Legal Subject (2004) and Crime Fiction and the Law (2016). Recently published articles include Academic Judgement and the Force of Law (patriciatuitt.com 2018), Walter Benjamin, Race and the Critique of Rights (Griffith Law Review, 2019), and European Empires in Conflict: The Brexit Years (Law and Critique, 2020).