BSc Psychology with Criminology from University of Chester
MSc Global Crime, Justice and Security from Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU).
Currently a School of Law research student at LJMU investigating Terrorism, Moral Panics & Human Rights, investigating the effects of moral panics and their resulting effects on support for human rights laws.
My socio-legal research aims to remodel Moral Panic theory to fit contemporary terrorism and related issues, whilst also investing whether resulting panics within UK society would result in a sacrifice of human rights protections for greater state security.
Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (AFHE)
Lecturer at The Brilliant Club