Senior Teaching Fellow, University College London
Jacqui Kinghan is a Senior Teaching Fellow at University College London (UCL), Faculty of Laws.
Jacqui completed her undergraduate legal studies at Edinburgh and McGill Law Schools and graduated with a Masters in Law from Harvard Law School in 2006. She received the Faculty of Arts Giralt Prize and the Green’s Prize for Criminal Law at the University of Edinburgh. She is a Queen Mother Scholar of the Middle Temple and was a Kennedy Memorial Trust Scholar at Harvard. While at Harvard, she undertook extensive human rights work including a fact-finding mission to Paraguay researching abuse in prisons and detention centres.
She is a qualified barrister who specialises in criminal and public law and has research interests in the interplay between these areas. Prior to joining UCL, Jacqui was a Judicial Assistant at the House of Lords (equivalent to a US Supreme Court clerkship) and also worked for the Ministry of Justice at the new UK Supreme Court.