Kings College London
Mr Bruce-Jones is a Visiting Lecturer in Public International Law in the School of Law at King’s College London. He teaches courses in international legal theory and UK and EU equality law. He is also a Lecturer at the University of London, Birkbeck College School of Law, where he teaches EU Law. Mr Bruce-Jones is an expert member of The Oury Jalloh Independent Commission on Police Brutality and Due Process in Germany as well as LGBTI Resource Contact for The Southern Refugee Legal Aid Network. He is a non-resident doctoral researcher at the Institute for European Ethnology at Humboldt University of Berlin. He was previously an associate at the law firm Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton, LLP in London. He holds an undergraduate degree from Harvard University (AB) and advanced degrees from King’s College London (LLM in Public International Law) Columbia University School of Law (JD) and Humboldt University of Berlin (MA).
Mr Bruce-Jones’ principal research includes human rights law, refugee law, comparative anti-discrimination law, legal theory, prison policy, and legal anthropology. He is currently finishing a project that investigates Black European perspectives on domestic and EU law in the UK and Germany. He is also involved in ongoing research on HIV-prevention programmes in prisons. He is currently beginning a comparative analysis on deaths of asylum seekers in police custody in the European Union.