Robert Lewis-Lettington

Chief, Legislation Unit
United Nations Human Settlements Programme
Participates in 1 Session

Robert Lewis-Lettington is Chief of the Urban Legislation Unit at UN-Habitat. Robert has twenty years professional experience, primarily working in multilateral processes and in providing technical assistance in policy formulation and legislative processes to a variety of partners. With field experience in more than fifty countries, Robert’s specialist areas include legislative drafting, urban development, intellectual property rights and information management, digital governance, environment and natural resources, international trade and human rights. Robert is Secretary to the Drafting Committee of the UN Habitat Assembly and Vice Chair of the International Telecommunication Union’s Focus Group on ‘Data Processing and Management to support the Internet of Things and Smart Cities & Communities.’ Robert is also a Salzburg Global Fellow in Law and Technology, a member of the International Law Association (and its study group on the Role of Cities in International Law) and a member of the Human Rights Lawyers Association (UK).

Robert holds a Juris Doctor degree in law from the College of William and Mary (USA), an MA (Hons) degree specialising in Architectural History from the University of St. Andrews (Scotland) and an MLitt (Dist) degree in History from the University of the Highlands and Islands (Scotland).

Sessions in which Robert Lewis-Lettington participates

Thursday June 20, 2019

1:30 PM
1:30 PM