Directory of experts

FLJS is able to draw on a wealth of scholarly expertise and experience, covering a range of subject specialisms.
To contact any of our experts, please contact the Communications Director Phil Dines at phil.dines@fljs.org or 01865 284433.

Denis Galligan is Professor of Socio-Legal Studies at the University of Oxford. After studying in Oxford as an Australian Rhodes Scholar, he taught at several universities in Britain and Australia. His research interests are in constitutional and administrative law, the role of law in society, and legal theory.

 

He is a Professorial Fellow of Wolfson College and holds appointments as Visiting Professor of Public and International Affairs at the Woodrow Wilson School of Princeton University and as Jean Monnet Professor of European Public Law at University of Siena.

Ying Yu researches Consumer Protection Policy and Law from the international comparative perspectives. She is a Research Fellow of Wolfson College and an Associate of the University of Oxford China Centre; Coordinator of the FLJS Consumer Rights in China Programme; and the Research Coordinator of the RP (Research Partnership Platform) Project of Best Practices of Consumer Redress for UNCTAD (United Nations Conference on Trade and Development), Geneva.
 
Ying is a Committee Member of the ILA (International Law Association) Consumer Protection Committee, and represents ILA as the Observer of the revision works on UNGCP (UN Guidelines for Consumer Protection) at UNCTAD. 
 
Ying has been appointed International Expert (2014/2015) of EUCTP (EU China Trade Programme). She was the founder of the Centre for the Policy and Law on Global Consumer Protection which is the unique international institute for consumer law in China.
 

Dr Alex Chung is Research Fellow in University College London's Department of Science, Technology, Engineering and Public Policy (UCL STEaPP) and RISCS Fellow in the Research Institute in Science of Cyber Security (RISCS). He is working on an EPSRC-funded project, ‘Evaluating Cyber Security Evidence for Policy Advice’ (ECSEPA). The ECSEPA project examines how UK policymakers can be better supported in engaging with cybersecurity evidence, and in overcoming governance and strategic challenges through cyber resilience and capacity building.

As a member of the Digital Technologies Policy Laboratory (DTPL) at UCL STEaPP, Alex engages regularly with public and private sector communities nationally and internationally to discuss research and policy issues. He teaches on the postgraduate DPA, MPA, and MSc degree programmes, and is a Co-Lead on the undergraduate flagship How to Change the World programme at UCL.

Alex is the author of two books: Chinese Criminal Entrepreneurs in CanadaVolume I and Volume II. Alex holds a DPhil in Law, MPhil in Criminology, and MSc in Criminology and Criminal Justice from Oxford University. 

For his full profile, visit: https://www.law.ox.ac.uk/people/alex-chung