...an ESRC Doctoral Training Centre

Socio-Legal Studies

Victoria Barnes

Organisation: University of Reading

Pathway: Socio-Legal Studies 
Thesis: Banking Crashes, Culture and Change?: The Emergence of the Modern British Banking System 1826-1910
Email:  v.barnes@reading.ac.uk
Supervisors: Dr. Charlotte Louise Smith, Dr. Lucy Newton
 


Maxwell Brookman-Byrne

Organisation: University of Reading

Pathway: Socio-Legal Studies 
Thesis: What is the theoretical and socio-legal dialectical relationship between international law and the growing use of military drones?
Email: m.f.byrne@pgr.reading.ac.uk
Supervisors: Prof. Susan Breau, Dr. James Green
 


Nora Honkala

Organisation: University of Reading

Pathway:  Socio-Legal Studies

Thesis: Forced Marriage and the Protection of the Rights of Asylum Seeker Women in the UK

Supervisors:  Sandy Ghandhi, Rosemary Auchmuty and Samia Bano

Email:  n.a.honkala@reading.ac.uk

Update:  PhD completed March 2015.  Teaching Fellow at the School of Law, University of Reading.


Thomas Kemp

Organisation: University of Kent

Pathway: Socio-Legal Studies 
Thesis: Activism, Legitimation and access to justice approaches to immigration and welfare law
Email: tgk3@kent.ac.uk
Supervisors: Davina Cooper, Helen Carr
 


Edward Kirton-Darling

Organisation: University of Kent

Pathway: Socio-Legal Studies 
Thesis: What role do family members play in enforcing the human rights of another family member in human rights law?  
Email:  ek263@kent.ac.uk
Supervisors: Ms Helen Patricia Carr
 


Aravinda Kosaraju

Organisation: University of Kent

Pathway: Socio-Legal Studies
Thesis: Attrition in cases involving crimes of child sexual exploitation in the United Kingdom - An exploratory study
Email: k.kosaraju@kent.ac.uk
Supervisors: Maria Drakopoulou
 


Allison Lindner

Organisation: Kent

Pathway:  Socio-Legal Studies

Thesis:  Seeking environmental justice in waste management spaces in Brazil and India

Email:  al458@kent.ac.uk

Supervisors:  Prof Amanda Perry-Kessaris and Luis Eslava

Overseas Fieldwork:  Brazil and India

2015-16 SEDTC Student Representative for the University of Kent


Moritz Neugebauer

Organisation: University of Kent

Pathway: Socio-Legal Studies
Thesis: Lawyers and agency work: The role of lawyers in normalising flexible working arrangements
Email: mpn7@kent.ac.uk
Supervisors: Prof. Judy Fudge, Dr. Emily Grabham


Hannah Phillips

Organisation: University of Kent

Pathway: Socio-Legal Studies 
Thesis:  Historiography, Law, Resistance
Email: h.phillips@kent.ac.uk
Supervisors: Maria Drakopoulou, Dr. Donatella Alessandrini