Dr J. Rogers
Cambridge University – Director
Jonathan wrote his doctorate at UCL on the subject of exculpatory defences in criminal law, and then started his academic career at Brunel University (2000) before moving to UCL as a lecturer in 2002. He left UCL, as an Associate Professor in Criminal Justice, in 2018 to take up his present position at Cambridge. During the end of his time at UCL, he directed the Centre of Criminal Law and joined the Editorial Board of the Criminal Law Review. Jonathan 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 staff profile.