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Veronica Shleina

Visiting Lecturer in Law at University of Hertfordshire, Associate Lecturer at University of Kent, PhD Candidate, City, University of London

Veronica is a PhD Candidate at City Law School. Prior to that, she has completed her LLB at King's College London (2014) and LLM at University College London (UCL) (2015) for which she was awarded a distinction. Veronica holds a professional qualification: the Introductory certificate in Academic Practice from City (2018). She received Associate Fellowship from the Higher Education Authority.

Veronica is interested in complicated cases in family law sphere, divorce law and other matrimonial issues following the breakdown of the marriage - child arrangements and financial provisions. She has also published in the area of EU law, touching upon human rights and reviewed family law textbooks.

Veronica is an Associate Teaching Fellow at City. She has taught extensively at the LLB programme. Her teaching experience includes Administrative law tutorials and the English Legal System workshops, EU law and Family and Child law. She has also contributed to marking and examination assessments. In 2019 Veronica was appointed as a Visiting Lecturer in EU Law at the University of Hertfordshire Law School.


  • 2019–present
    Visiting Lecturer in EU Law, University of Hertfordshire
  • –present
    Visiting Lecturer in Law, City, University of London


  • 2015 
    University College London (UCL), LLM
  • 2014 
    King's College London, LLB
  • 2011 
    King's College London, International Foundation


  • 2015
    Opinion 2/13: Some Further Reflections’ , King’s College London Student Law Review EU Law Blog
  • 2014
    The EU Accession to the ECHR: Is it Needed?, King’s College Student Law Review EU Law Blog
  • 2014
    Written Evidence to the Political and Constitutional Reform Committee Inquiry on Voter Engagement in the UK, King’s College London Constitutional Law Matters

Professional Memberships

  • Associate Teaching Fellow
  • Society for Legal Scholars