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Jeremias Adams-Prassl

Jeremias Prassl is a Professor of Law at the University of Oxford and a Tutorial Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford. He holds a BA (Hons) Law with French Law, Corpus Christi College, Oxford; LL.M., Harvard Law School; MSt in Legal Research, Magdalen College, Oxford; and Doctor of Philosophy in Law, Magdalen College, Oxford. He has previously held posts as a visiting lecturer at UCL and at the Faculte Libre de Droit, Paris. Click to read Jeremias’ full CV.

Kirsty Hughes

Kirsty is an Associate Professor in Public Law and Human Rights at the University of Cambridge, a Fellow and Director of Studies at Clare College and Deputy Director of the Centre for Public Law, Cambridge. Other roles include Deputy Editor of Public Law, board member of Privacy Law Scholars and Associate Fellow of the Migration Policy Centre at EUI. She has been a visiting research fellow at CRASSH (Cambridge), EUI (Firenze) and UNSW (Sydney). Her expertise is in human rights law, constitutional law, administrative law, media and information law, with a particular focus on privacy, protest, common law rights and migrants’ rights. Her research has been awarded numerous prizes and grants, and has been cited by the Court of Appeal of England and Wales, the Canadian Supreme Court, and by parliamentary committees. Her qualifications include a PhD from Cambridge, LLB (Hons) Durham and LLM. To read Kirsty’s full CV click here.

Stephanie Law

Since 2019, Stephanie has been a lecturer within Southampton Law School at the University of Southampton where she teaches in the fields of international adjudication and private international law. Prior to this, she was a Senior Research Fellow at the Max Planck Institute Luxembourg for Procedural Law between 2015 and 2019. She initially studied law at the University of Glasgow (LL.B., First Class, 2009) and the University of Edinburgh (LL.M., Distinction, 2010) and completed her Ph.D. at the European University Institute in Florence (2014). Prior to joining the MPI, she was a postdoctoral research fellow in the Faculty of Law at McGill University, Montréal, a position for which she received funding from The Leverhulme Trust. During the course of her doctoral research, she was a visiting scholar at Columbia Law School and a trainee in the Cabinet of Judge Christopher Vajda at the CJEU. Her research interests are in the areas of EU law, private international law and civil procedure; with a particular interest in fundamental rights protections of vulnerable persons, transnational private and public regulation, and legal theory. She has worked in these fields as a researcher for a number of organisations, national governments and international institutions (including the European Commission), and has taught in Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Germany and the UK. For more information please click here.

Alex Mills

Alex is Professor of Public and Private International Law at UCL Faculty of Laws. He joined UCL in 2011 from the University of Cambridge, where he was a Fellow and College Lecturer at Selwyn College and an Affiliated Lecturer at the Faculty of Law. Alex completed a BA(Hons) and LLB(Hons) at the University of Sydney and practised for three years as a solicitor at Mallesons Stephen Jaques (now King & Wood Mallesons) in Sydney, before completing an LLM and a PhD in Law at Gonville and Caius College, University of Cambridge. To read Alex’s full CV click here.

Jane Norton

Jane is a Senior Lecturer at Auckland Law School. She holds a DPhil Law from the University of Oxford (Clarendon Scholar), an LLM from Columbia Law School (Fulbright Scholar), and a BA/LLB(Hons) from the University of Auckland where she was the top graduate in her year. Jane was admitted as a Barrister and Solicitor of the High Court of New Zealand (2003) and to the New York State Bar (2007). She teaches and researches in the area of public law, human rights, and the law of trusts. To read Jane’s full CV click here.

Colm O’Cinneide

Colm is currently a Reader in Law, UCL Faculty of Laws. He is currently General Rapporteur of the European Committee of Social Rights (having served as Vice-President of the Committee from 2008-12). Colm holds a Bachelor of Civil Law from the University College Cork; LLM University College Cork; Barrister-at-law Degree King’s Inn, Ireland; and an LLM  from the University of Edinburgh. To read Colm’s full CV click here.

Federica Paddeu

Federica is Fellow in Law, Director of Studies, and Deputy Senior Tutor at Queens’ College, Cambridge, and Fellow of the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law. Her qualifications are Abogado (Cum Laude) Universidad de Católica Andrés Bello, Caracas, Venezuela; LLM and PhD in International Law, University of Cambridge; and Postgraduate Diploma in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education, Oxford Learning Institute, University of Oxford. Her expertise is in public international law, particularly, the law of State responsibility, defences, investment law and the law on the use of force. She is a qualified Venezuelan lawyer, admitted to practice with the Caracas (Distrito Federal) Bar. Before becoming an academic, Federica worked as an intern and paralegal at Baker&McKenzie, Caracas, Venezuela. To read Federica’s full CV click here.

Joe Tomlinson

Joe is Professor of Public Law at the University of York. He previously held academic appointments at King’s College London and the University of Sheffield, as well as visiting appointments at Melbourne Law School and Osgoode Hall Law School, and the UCL Department of Political Science. He also served as Research Director of the Public Law Project from 2017-2021 and, during his PhD, worked as a Trainee in President Baudenbacher’s Chambers at the EFTA Court. Joe has broad experience of leading research related to judicial review litigation and his work has been used and cited in leading cases, including RR v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions [2019] UKSC 52, R (on the application of Miller) v The Prime Minister and Cherry and others v Advocate General for Scotland [2019] UKSC 41, and Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants v The President of the Upper Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber) [2020] EWHC 3103 (Admin). He also regularly acts in advisory roles, including in Parliament and for litigation funders. To read Joe’s full CV please click here

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