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Bradley Kershaw

Bradley Kershaw LLB, LLM and BPTC

Associate Lecturer

School of Business, Law and Communications

023 8201 2548 ext. 2548 Room no. SMX05

Biography

Bradley attained a first class LLB in 2016 from London Metropolitan University, an LLM in 2017 from University of Sussex and achieved a ‘very competent’ on the Bar Professional Training Course in 2018 from BPP.

He has worked in pro bono roles as a Director for Lawyers for Palestinian Human Rights and as a lecturer in the BPP Street Law programme. He prepared a legal memorandum a client in the form of the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights which was used to instruct their policy statements to the UN General Assembly.

Bradley has a wealth of experience in Chambers and law firms on experience placements. He worked as a private tutor as a student and took up his role at Solent in 2018 whilst concurrently teaching the GDL at BPP.

Bradley is hoping to commence a PhD in 2020.

Taught courses

Further information

  1. Awards

    Bradley has won the Leolin Price QC Bar Course Scholarship Award (2017), the Dean’s Award for Outstanding Achievement (2016) and, the Publisher’s Prize for Outstanding Academic Achievement (2013)
  2. Recent publications

    Bradley's recent publications include ‘The human rights implications of mass surveillance and data retention’ (2017) University of Sussex Human Rights Research Centre
  3. Research interests

    Bradley's research interests are human rights centred including domestic rights issues, international human rights law issues and more general public law issues. He is in the process of putting together a research proposal for an assisted dying thesis.
  4. Teaching experience

    Whilst a student Bradley acted as a personal tutor to provide clients and also acted as a pro bono lecturer for Street Law; a pro bono initiative lecturing on legal topics to a variety of audiences.

    Whilst a student Bradley acted as a personal tutor to provide clients and also acted as a pro bono lecturer for Street Law; a pro bono initiative lecturing on legal topics to a variety of audiences.

    He began working as an associate lecturer in Law at Solent in September 2018 and has worked across a variety of units on the LLB, BA Criminology and Foundation courses.

    He also began working as a visiting lecturer in Law at BPP University in January 2019. In this role he lectures in Constitutional and Administrative law on the GDL.

  5. Work in progress

    Bradley is in the early stages of preparing a research proposal for a PhD thesis centred on assisted dying. It seeks to critically assess the legitimate aims and proportionality of the blanket prohibition on assisted death in the UK from a human rights perspective utilising findings from countries where assisted dying is permissible.
  6. Industry experience

    Bradley has been a researcher for the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, researching and preparing a legal memorandum that informed policy decisions of the OHCHR. He has also worked pro bono as a Director for a human rights charity – Lawyers for Palestinian Human Rights.

    Bradley has been a researcher for the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, researching and preparing a legal memorandum that informed policy decisions of the OHCHR. He has also worked pro bono as a Director for a human rights charity – Lawyers for Palestinian Human Rights.

    Bradley has acted a presenter, pro bono, for the Street Law project lecturing on legal topics to a variety of audiences as a Bar Course student.

    He has a large amount of work experience in barrister’s Chambers and law firms.