Josie Kemeys


Thesis title: Mapping Judicial Power after the Constitutional Reform Act 2005

Supervisors: Professor Graham Gee and Dr Richard Kirkham


MJur in Constitutional Law - University of Birmingham
PGCE (with Distinction) - University of the West of England
LLB (Hons) - University of Gloucestershire

Scope of research

This research is exploring what is currently understood about judicial power in public law while making use of approaches from political science to enhance this understanding and assess the impact of the Constitutional Reform Act 2005 on the nature and exercise of judicial power.

Research areas of interest

Public law; Judicial power; institutions and institutional behaviour; political science

Teaching responsibilities

Alongside her Doctoral studies, Josie is the Module Leader for Criminal Law and Media Law modules at the University of Worcester. In addition, she works as an Associate Lecturer for the Open University on their LLB. Modules include: An Introduction to Law as well as Public and Criminal Law.