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Paul’s interdisciplinary practice spans a number of Chambers' practice areas. In particular, serious crime, media law, international crime and public law. This includes judicial review challenges in a criminal justice context; acting for media organisations and journalists in cases concerning free speech; and defending those exercising their right to protest.
Before being called to the Bar, Paul was Director of Postgraduate Research and Senior Lecturer in the Cardiff School of Journalism. He was also a researcher in the Public Law Team at the Law Commission.
Previously, he was a Reader in Criminology and published in terrorism, crime and the State. He has worked with the UN on the televising of court proceedings at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia.
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