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Professor Andrew Stockley studied for his doctorate at the University of Cambridge and his thesis has been published as 'Britain and France at the Birth of America'.
He spent the first part of his academic career as a member of the Law Faculty then Head of the Law School at the University of Canterbury in Christchurch, New Zealand. He was also Principal of College House, New Zealand's oldest university college, for ten years.
From 2006 to 2011, Professor Stockley was the Senior Tutor and a Fellow of Brasenose College, Oxford, where he was also a member of the Oxford Law Faculty.
He was then Dean of the Auckland Law School and a member of Auckland University's Senior Leadership Team for eight years
In 2018 he was appointed Dean of The City Law School and is a member of the Senior Leadership Team of City, University of London.
Professor Stockley has published widely on constitutional law issues including the role of the Crown, the courts and judicial independence, and electoral reform. He is Professor of Constitutional Law and History.