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Jonathan graduated from Teesside University in 2012 with a First-Class honours degree in Law, receiving 'The Ian Pennock Award’ for Excellent Achievement on the LLB. He subsequently completed his LLM at Teesside, graduating in 2013 with a Distinction. Prior to undertaking his role as a Senior Lecturer, Jonathan worked as a Lecturer in Law at the University of Salford, where he taught on the Criminal Law, Employment Law for Business, and Legal Aspects of Business modules.

Jonathan is currently the Course Leader for the January intake LLM and LLM (Applied) Master of Laws programmes, and the Module Leader for International Law and Legal Aspects of Investigating Crime at Level 7. In addition to teaching on the LLM, he also teaches on several modules across the LLB programme, including the Law of Contract, Administrative law, Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Employment Law, and Equity and Trusts.

Jonathan’s research explores the appropriate role of medicine within the criminal law, specifically the criminal response to death as a result of fatal medical errors.


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