Jeremy specialises in legal philosophy and human rights law. He is currently taking an LLM, and begins a PhD in late 2017.
"Jeremy has taught jurisprudence, human rights law, anti-discrimination law and public law since 2015. His main focus has been on legal and political philosophy. He specialises in translating difficult philosophical issues into a form more easily digestible and appropriate for exam preparation. After graduating with a first class degree from KCL he began tutoring at Bloomsbury while taking the BPTC. Since being called to the bar, Jeremy has begun an LLM at UCL, and has secured a PhD at KCL beginning late 2017. His doctoral research is at the intersection of moral philosophy, human rights, and jurisprudence. "