Tufyal Choudhury joined Durham Law School in 2000. Where he teaches human rights law and counter-terrorism law and policy. His research covers issues of counter-terrorism, radicalisation, racial and religious discrimination, and integration.
He has over 30 publications in this field, including most recently, “Campaigning on Campus: Student Islamic Societies and Counterterrorism” (2017) Studies in Conflict & Terrorism and “The Radicalization of Citizenship Deprivation” (2017) Critical Social Policy. He is a Senior Associate of the Canadian Terrorism, Security and Society Research Network, a member of the UK Foreign Office External Review Panel and a trustee at the Democratic Audit UK.