Mr Conor Crummey

  • Lecturer in Public Law (School of Law)

Biography

Conor Crummey joined the School of Law in 2021 as a Lecturer in Public Law. He previously held a position as Lecturer in Public Law at Queen Mary University of London, and he previously studied at University College London (PhD 2021, LLM 2015) and Trinity College Dublin (LLB 2014). His research interests are in constitutional law and legal philosophy. He has written on the topics of statutory interpretation, procedural fairness in administrative law, and constitutional conventions. 

Research interests

Conor’s research is primarily in the area of UK public law, in particular its connection with general jurisprudence. He is particularly interested in the application of an interpretivist theory of general jurisprudence to common law constitutional doctrines. 

His published work also includes a philosophical analysis of procedural fairness in administrative law, and an analysis of recent judicial treatment of the Sewel Convention. 

Teaching

  • Constitutional Law 1 
  • Law and Government 
  • Constitutional Law Honours