Dr J. Rogers
UCL – Director
Dr Jonathan Rogers gained his undergraduate degree in law from the University of Nottingham and completed his PhD at UCL in 1999. He accepted his first full-time lectureship at Brunel University in 2000 and moved to UCL in 2002, and has been a Senior Lecturer there since 2010. He lectures in criminal law, evidence, criminal procedure and human rights. He has also been a Fellow of Middle Temple since 2009. He gives talks to practitioner audiences on a variety of criminal justice topics, including to date domestic violence, criminal attempts, bad character evidence, hearsay evidence, prosecutorial discretion and review of prosecutorial decisions.
Jonathan’s research interests cover a range of fields, from substantive criminal law to procedure and evidence. More information, including a list of publications, is available on Jonathan’s UCL staff profile.
Symposium on Private Prosecutions; 19th April 2018, 10-4:30pm; Hosted by UCL, London
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