Tom Hannant joined the College of Law and Criminology as Lecturer in Law in Summer 2017. He has degrees from Cardiff University (LLB), The University of Cambridge (LLM), and Queen Mary, University of London (PhD). While at Queen Mary, he worked for several years as a Teaching Associate in Law.

Tom’s main research interests are in Legal and Political Philosophy, Public Law, and Human Rights. His current research focuses on the philosophy of human rights and civic republican political theory. 

Areas of Expertise

  • Legal Theory
  • Political Theory
  • Human Rights
  • Public Law

Publications

  1. Still Undignified Rights: A Disagreement with Benedict Douglas. Public Law 2016, 555-563.
  2. Just Freedom: A Moral Compass for a Complex World by Philip Pettit (Book Review). Political Studies Review 13(2), 254-255.

Teaching

  • LAA102 Public Law 1

    This module provides an introduction to the Public Law of the United Kingdom, with an emphasis upon the protection of human rights.

  • LAA106 Public Law 1

    This module provides an introduction a number of key themes in the Public Law of the United Kingdom.

  • LAQ206 Public Law 1

    This module provides an introduction a number of key themes in the Public Law of the United Kingdom.