Senior Lecturer in Public Administration, London Metropolitan University

I joined London Metropolitan University in April 2010, after obtaining a Masters degree in Public Administration and a PhD from the University of Liverpool Management School exploring political and institutional issues surrounding constitutional developments of the National Assembly under the second Welsh constitution.

I specialise in devolution and territorial politics in the UK, with an emphasis on Welsh and Scottish devolution. A particular area of interest is administrative reform in the UK post devolution, with the respective challenges and opportunities brought by new deliberative spaces in Scotland and Wales.

I often undertake advisory and consultancy work in relation to the National Assembly for Wales, provide expert advice on constitutional and legislative matters, and deliver bespoke executive training for overseas civil servants.

Experience

  • –present
    Senior Lecturer in Public Administration, London Metropolitan University

Education

  • 2010 
    University of Liverpool, PhD / Governanace Studies