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Research interests

I research legal aid, particularly for immigration and asylum, looking at conflicts between quality and financial viability for providers, and at discrepancies between demand and supply. I am an ESRC-funded postdoctoral research fellow in social policy. My research always has an applied focus and aims to produce insights which are useful to policy-makers, drawing on concepts from law and economics. Current projects include a comparative study with Scotland and investigation of local-specific barriers to provision of legal services in areas which are advice deserts.

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, Brighton Business School

3 Jan 20169 Oct 2018

Award Date: 20 Jun 2019

Keywords

  • H Social Sciences (General)
  • legal aid
  • social policy
  • K Law (General)
  • access to justice
  • asylum and immigration law
  • unaccompanied children
  • HB Economic Theory
  • public funding
  • supply and demand
  • financial viability of providers
  • quality of legal services

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