Katrín Oddsdóttir is a human rights lawyer and experienced lecturer and teacher. She does inspirational lectures for a range of clients.
Katrín has travelled around the world since 2012 giving lectures on the Icelandic constitutional process of 2009-2011 which lead to the world’s first “crowd sourced” constitution. Among places she has lectured at are Harvard, Yale and Princeton universities. She has lectured for small NGOs to large conferences organised by the OECD and the European Union.
Katrín has a BA degree in Journalism from Dublin City University, BA in law from Reykjavik University and MA in Human Rights from London University. She is currently on a phd programme in Democratic Constitutional Design at the University of Iceland. She is an expert in refugee law and human rights but also an activist focused on civil and democratic rights.