Dr. Robert Greally is Lecturer in Constitutional Law at the University of Bristol Law School. His research interests focus on the changing nature of the UK Constitution and the relationship between constitutions and ordinary democratic democracy. His research examines issues of constitutional reform, political institutions, ideology, and populism. He was awarded a Ph.D. in Law from the University of Sheffield in 2020.
Dr , University of Bristol Law School
Graduate Teaching Associate, University of Sheffield School of Law
University of Sheffield School of Law, PhD in Law
University of Birmingham Law School, MJur
Manchester Law School, Manchester Metropolitan University, LL.B (Hons)
Why political institutions (and institutionalism) matter, Public Law