Dr Simon Hale-Ross
About Dr Simon Hale-Ross
Dr Hale-Ross is Lecturer in Law at Leeds Law School and his research focuses on global security and cyber security, terrorism, counterterrorism law and policy, terrorist electronic communications, policing and surveillance, international human rights and civil liberties. Dr Hale-Ross has his monograph due out for publication shortly, and has written a number of articles examining the current extremist (Islamist) terror threat, posed by the Islamic State narrative. He often attends and presents at counterterrorism and humans rights related conferences worldwide.
Undertaking lectureships previously with Liverpool John Moores University’s School of Law, and Edge Hill University’s department of law and criminology, Dr Hale-Ross’s teaching specialisms are: Public Law, EU Law, International Crime and Security, Terrorism Studies, Foreign Policy and the EU, Alternative Dispute Resolution and Property Law. As a result of his commitments to student learning he won the Amazing Personal Tutor of the Year Award for 2015. He also developed a partnership between the School of Law at LJMU and the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb), resulting in the School being awarded Recognised Course Provider status.
Prior to academia, Dr Hale-Ross worked for many years in legal practice and is an accredited negotiator and mediator with the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.
- Property Law
- Equity and Trusts
- Terrorism and Counterterrorism Measures
- Policing and Digital Surveillance
- International Organised Crime and the EU
- Public Law
- International Law
- EU Law
- International Human Rights
- Civil Liberties
- Society and the Law