Charlotte completed a BSc (hons) in Criminology at the University of Leicester in 2018-21, and further completed an LLM in Criminal Justice to distinction at the University of Nottingham in 2021/22. They are now researching for a PhD, which is funded by the School of Law scholarship.
Charlotte currently teaches undergraduate Foundations of Tort.
Charlotte's PhD is investigating the discriminatory operation of English and Welsh criminal law from an interdisciplinary theoretical perspective, taking a particular lens to philosophical… read more
Charlotte's PhD is investigating the discriminatory operation of English and Welsh criminal law from an interdisciplinary theoretical perspective, taking a particular lens to philosophical foundations of criminal law and theories of criminalisation, and is supervised by Professor Paul Roberts and Dr Matt Thomason.
Their further research interests lie in criminal jurisprudence intersecting LGBT+ issues. Their LLM dissertation critically addressed the current normative conception of gender identity as deception vitiating sexual consent, interrogating case law surrounding the issue and proposing novel reform. They are also a member of the CJRC.
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