The JLS Boards

The Journal is run as a collective, with decisions based on consensus, fostering a sense of connectivity and collegiality amongst the members of the Editorial Board.

The Editorial Board declares its independence and editorial strength through working closely with the Advisory Board, which is made up of a diverse group of academics from many institutions around the world specialising in a wide range of disciplines.

The Editorial Board

Phil Thomas

Cardiff University

Founding Editor

Jasmine Hagger

Cardiff University

JLS Administrator

Ben Woolhead

Cardiff University

JLS Copy-editor

Richard Lewis

Cardiff University

Specialisms include personal injury, public and private insurance, and tort

John Harrington

Chair of the Socio-Legal Studies Association, Cardiff University

Specialisms include global health law, health and human rights, law and literature, law and colonialism

Jiří Přibáň

Book Review Editor and Director of the Centre of Law and Society, Cardiff University

Specialisms include social theory, philosophy of law, constitutional theory, legitimacy and legality

Shane Burke

Treasurer, Cardiff University

Specialisms include intellectual property, patent law, legal regulation of the arts

Rachel Cahill O’Callaghan

Cardiff University

Specialisms include legal decision making, values and judicial difference, judicial appointments

Fred Cram

Cardiff University

Specialisms include criminal justice, police culture and practice, actuarial justice, reflexivity in qualitative research.

Daniel Wincott

Cardiff University

Specialisms include devolution, constitutional law and politics, comparative law

Jo Hunt

Cardiff University

Specialisms include EU law, political science, territorial governance

Caer Smyth

Cardiff University

Specialisms include environmental law, procedural justice and ethnographic methods

Bharat Malkani

Cardiff University

Specialisms include human rights, criminal justice, miscarriages of justice

Stewart Field

Cardiff University

Specialisms include criminal process, comparative law and legal culture, youth justice, French law

Jessica Mant

JLS Conversations Editor, Monash University, Australia

Specialisms include access to justice, legal aid, family law, lay participation in legal systems

Dave Cowan

JLS Professor of Socio Legal Studies, Cardiff University

Specialisms include housing, land, government, poverty, and administrative justice

Daniel Newman

Cardiff University

Specialisms include access to justice, legal aid, legal profession, criminal justice, social welfare law

Alison Tarrant

Cardiff University

Specialisms include social care law, disability law, and human rights

The Advisory Board

Bob Lee

University of Birmingham

UK

Elen Stokes

University of Bristol

UK

Peter Bartlett

University of Nottingham

UK

Lucy Series

University of Bristol

UK

Lois Bibbings

University of Bristol

UK

Anthony Bradney

University of Keele

UK

Roger Cotterrell

Queen Mary, University of London

UK

Phil Fennell

Cardiff University

UK

Marie Fox

University of Liverpool

UK

Rosie Harding

University of Birmingham

UK

Lydia Hayes

University of Liverpool

UK

Soren Holm

University of Manchester

UK

Emily Jackson

London School of Economics and Political Science

UK

John Morison

Queens University of Belfast

UK

Linda Mulcahy

Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, University of Oxford

UK

Ann Mumford

King’s College London

UK

David Nelken

King’s College London

UK

Ken Oliphant

University of Bristol

UK

Sharyn Roach Anleu

Flinders University

Australia

Leanne Smith

University of Exeter

UK

Hilary Sommerlad

University of Leeds

UK

Sally Wheeler

Birkbeck college, London

UK

Antonia Layard

University of Oxford

UK