The Professor of Law in The City Law School has been recognised for his contribution to social science.

By Mr John Stevenson (Senior Communications Officer), Published

Professor Andrew Choo, Professor of Law in The City Law School for the past decade, has been conferred a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences.

722556The Academy’s distinguished Fellowship comprises 1500 leading social scientists from academia, the public, private and third sectors.

The expertise of the Fellows covers the breadth of the social sciences and their practice. Their research addresses some of the major challenges facing communities, society, places and economies.

Professsor Choo is the immediate past Associate Dean for Research and Enterprise in The City Law School.

Prior to his appointment at City, he held Professorships of Law at Brunel University and the University of Warwick, and earlier, academic appointments at the University of Leicester and the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia.

Professor Choo’s research interests include evidence and procedure, especially criminal evidence.

His published work has been cited in judgments in the decisions of various appellate courts, including the House of Lords, the UK Supreme Court, the Privy Council, the Supreme Court of Canada, the High Court of Australia, the New Zealand Supreme Court and the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights.


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