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Jennifer McCloy

About Jennifer McCloy

Jennifer trained as a solicitor at global law firm DLA Piper where she first became interested in Healthcare Law. Once qualified, she worked at two national law firms which represent the NHS. Her work included clinical negligence defence, advising on mental health and mental capacity issues, regulatory issues and healthcare law practice and procedure. She has a particular interest in mental health law.

Jennifer runs the Law School's Streetlaw Pro-Bono initiative and administers the peer mentoring scheme which links new Level 4 students with a peer mentor from Level 5 or Level 6. 

Current Teaching

  • LLB:
    • Medical Law
    • Mental Health Law
    • Contract Law
    • Tort Law
  • PGDL:
    • Law Institutions and Skills
    • Tort Law
  • LPC:
    • Mental Health Law
    • Practical Legal Research

Research Interests

Jennifer is currently undertaking PhD research focused on investigating vulnerability and resilience from the point of view of imprisoned women.  Her research takes a narrative approach to the topic, uncovering the women's stories and analysing them through a Vulnerability Theory lens. 

Selected Publications

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