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Jamie Grace, who has joined the department of law and criminology from the University of Derby, has research and teaching interests in constitutional, human rights and administrative law in theory and in practice. He also has an interest in privacy law generally, as well as all topics connected to the management and sharing of criminal records and other 'criminality information', as well as patient records and health data, for public protection purposes.


  • civil liberties
  • human rights
  • constitutional law
  • administrative law
  • health data and patient records
  • criminal records
  • data protection
  • freedom of information

Notable coverage:

Jamie has made several radio appearances on issues connected to human rights and is available for all media work. Topics covered include the use of superinjunctions and press freedom, data losses' and data protection compliance with regard to the duties of public authorities, employee search policies used in the workplace and the legalities of the publishing of invasive photographs of the British Royal Family.

Jamie Grace

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