Reader in Public Law, Bournemouth University

Howard Davis is Reader in Public Law at the University of Bournemouth Business School. His particular research interests include public law, anti-terrorism legislation, and human rights law and the political process.

As well as human rights law he teaches constitutional law, administrative law and civil liberties on the university's LLB course and constitutional and administrative law on the CPA/GDL course.

Publications include textbooks on human rights and civil liberties and articles on the Human Rights Act and its application in English law; his main research focus is on freedom of expression in a political context and the right to a fair hearing.

Experience

  • –present
    Reader in Public Law, Bournemouth University