- Nigel BALMER (BSc in mathematics, PhD in sports science). Dr Balmer brings statistical expertise to his interdisciplinary research.
- Ingrid BOCCARDI (Italian degree in Political Science and International Relations, MSc from Bruges in EU Political and Administrative Studies, Ph D in Law). Her interdisciplinary background enables Dr Boccardi to bring special perspectives to her teaching and research in EU law, particularly on migration issues. It is particularly helpful in Dr Boccardi’s teaching of EU law to non-lawyers on UCL’s European Political and Social Studies Programme, to which she makes substantial contributions.
- Nicola COUNTOURIS (LLB, MSc in European Social Policy, MJur in European and Comparative Law, DPhil in Law) provides a comparative and sociological background and context to his research and teaching in
labour and social security law.
- Javier DE CENDRA (Licence in Law, licence in economics, LLM in energy and environmental law, PhD in law and policy). Dr. Javier brings economics and policy perspectives to his legal work on energy and environmental law.
- Sylvie DELACROIX (PhD, Licences in law, Candidatures in philosophy) works on issues of jurisprudence, ethics and the law.
- Alison DIDUCK (BA in psychology and sociology, MA in Gender studies) brings a theoretical and socio-legal perspective to both her research and her teaching.
- Hazel GENN (BA in sociology, LLB and LLD). Professor Dame Hazel Genn QC has brought a sociological perspective to a wide range of studies of the public experience of law, dispute resolution processes and decision-making.
- Elaine GENDERS (BSocSc, MPhil). Elaine Genders brings her expertise in theoretical criminology, ethnography, empirical methodology and the wider social sciences to her teaching and research.
- Douglas GUILFOYLE (BA in history, LLB, LLM and PhD). Dr Guilfoyle researches and teaches in public international law and public law. His approach to teaching and research is strongly influenced by historical methodologies and perspectives. In his current work on Somali piracy he frequently collaborates with international relations scholars.
- Stephen GUEST (BA, PhD, both in Philosophy, BLItt, LLB). Professor Guest brings law and philosophy together in all his teaching, research and writing.
- Ronan MCCREA (MSc in Comparative Politics from LSE).
- Riz MOKAL (BSc in Mathematics, Statistics and Economics, LLB, BCL, PhD). Dr Mokal brings his expertise in economics, philosophy and law to bear on his teaching and research in corporate insolvency and property law and in jurisprudence.
- Pascoe PLEASENCE (BA in philosophy, MPhil in criminology, CPE). Professor Pleasence works at the intersection of law and social science and has a particular interest in empirical research methods and social statistics.
- Philip SCHOFIELD (BA, Ph D, both in history, LLM). Professor Schofield directs the Bentham Project (see below) and teaches on the LLB Jurisprudence and Legal Theory course and offers an LLM course on Jeremy Bentham and the Utilitarian Tradition.
- Cheryl THOMAS (BA in Political Science, MPhil in Politics, DPhil in Law and Politics). Professor Thomas brings expertise in the political science discipline of judicial studies to her research in legal decision-making judicial appointments and training, and the jury system.
- Ralph WILDE (BSc Econ.) International Relations, Diploma in European Human Rights Law, MA (Law), LLM, PhD). Dr Wilde researches in both international relations and international law, with a particular focus on international organisations, warfare, human rights, trusteeship and the civilizing mission, and peacekeeping. He uses methods and approaches drawn from legal, political, feminist, post-colonial and critical theories.