Jacqueline was a part-time teaching fellow at UCL in 2007 and has also taught vocational legal skills and criminal litigation on the solicitors legal practice course. She is a qualified barrister (2007) with experience practising in criminal and public law. Prior to joining UCL she was a judicial assistant at the House of Lords to Lord Rodger, Lord Carswell and Lord Collins and also worked for the Ministry of Justice during the transition phase to the UK Supreme Court.
Jacqueline is responsible for establishing the UCL Centre for Access to Justice at UCL Faculty of Laws. The Centre combines the unique advantages of clinical legal education with the provision of pro bono legal advice to vulnerable communities, predominantly in the areas of social welfare and education law. Jacqueline oversees the Centre's activities, including student casework in conjunction with partner organisations (FRU, Just for Kids Law) and convenes and teaches the Access to Justice clinical programme for undergraduate students. She also oversees Faculty pro bono projects and cultivates new pro bono partnerships between UCL and external organisations.
UCL Pro Bono Blog: http://probonoblog.laws.ucl.ac.uk/
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