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Jeff King   JEFF KING
BA (Hons) (Ottawa); LL.B/BCL (McGill); M.St, D.Phil (Oxon); Attorney, Bar of New York.
Senior Lecturer in Law

contact details:
Tel: +44 (0)20 7679 1405 | internal: x21405
Email: jeff.king@ucl.ac.uk

Jeff King joined the Faculty of Laws as a Senior Lecturer in 2011, and is Co-Editor of Current Legal Problems. Previously, he was a Fellow and Tutor in law at Balliol College, and CUF Lecturer for the Faculty of Law, University of Oxford (2008-2011), a Research Fellow at the Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, Oxford (2008-2010), and a Research Fellow and Tutor in public law at Keble College, Oxford (2007-08). He studied philosophy at the University of Ottawa and law at McGill University before working as an attorney at Sullivan & Cromwell LLP in New York City (2003-04). He then completed a doctorate on welfare rights adjudication in English public law at Keble College, University of Oxford.

Research Interests
Jeff's research interests include UK and comparative constitutional and administrative law, human rights (especially social rights), socio-legal studies, legal and political theory, administrative justice, comparative and international human rights law, and public international law.



Book chapters:


External Appointments

Current Research Activity

Current Teaching
Public Law (Convenor)

Comparative Human Rights Law
Constitutional Theory (Convenor)
Judicial Review

PhD Supervision
Jeff King welcomes approaches for supervision from prospective PhD students. He is currently supervising:

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