Cameron Giles is a Lecturer in Law at London South Bank University, where he teaches criminal and tort law and is LLB (Year 1) Director of Studies.
Cameron holds an LLM in Legal and Political Theory from the University of York and an MLaw and PhD from Northumbria University. His doctoral thesis addressed the criminalisation of HIV transmission and online disclosure of HIV status on mobile dating applications.
Cameron's broader research interests centre on sexual offences, legal theory, sentencing, and LGBTQ+ rights Cameron has published in The Journal of Criminal Law, Information & Communications Technology Law, and Policy Reviews in Higher Education.
Lecturer in Law, London South Bank University
Northumbria University, Newcastle, PhD
University of York, LLM Legal and Political Theory
Northumbria University, Newcastle, Master in Law
International Academic Mobility, Agency, and LGBTQ+ Rights: A Review of Policy Responses to Internationally Mobile LGBTQ+ Staff/Students at UK HE Institutions with Recommendations for a Global Audience, Policy Reviews in Higher Education
A Sexual Harm? HIV Transmission, ‘Biological’ GBH and Ancillary Sentencing Provisions in England and Wales, Journal of Criminal Law
Digital disclosure: HIV status, mobile dating application design and legal responsibility, Information & Communications Technology Law