Nurina Ally is a specialist in constitutional and administrative law. Nurina's research interests include movement lawyering and public interest litigation, socio-economic rights and children's rights. Prior to joining the Faculty's Department of Public Law, Nurina most recently served as the Executive Director of the Equal Education Law Centre, a public interest law organisation based in Cape Town. Before this, Nurina practised as an associate and senior associate in the public law department of Webber Wentzel Attorneys. She has also served as a research clerk to Justice Cameron and Acting Justice Mhlantla of the Constitutional Court.
Nurina obtained her BA and LLB undergraduate degrees from the University of the Witwatersrand, where she graduated as the most distinguished scholar in law. She also holds a Masters degree in African Studies from the University of Edinburgh as well as a Masters degree in International Human Rights Law from Oxford University.
Expertise and Research Interests
Constitutional and administrative law, public interest litigation, socio-economic rights, children's rights, movement lawyering.