UCL Faculty of Laws


James Milton

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Email: james.milton.21@ucl.ac.uk

James Milton

James joined the Faculty of Laws as a PhD student in September 2021. His research examines the relationship and interdependency of legal and political principles of governance.

Prior to joining UCL, James received his undergraduate degree in Law at the University of Leicester (2015-18), and his LLM in Legal and Political Theory at the University of York (2018-19) with Distinction. He received the highest mark in the cohort for both his dissertation and overall score. He worked with the Holocaust Educational Trust between 2017-21, organising events to promote education about the Holocaust, and represented the Trust on a number of national and international events. Additionally, he conducted research on behalf of the Office of HM Government’s Independent Adviser on Antisemitism into best practices to tackling antisemitism in football.


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Research interests:

Jurisprudence, Public Law, Rule of Law, Trust, Obligations of Public Officials.

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Graduate Lecturer:

  • Public Law (2022-23)
  • Jurisprudence (2022-23)
  • Laws Connections (2022-23)