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Jo Hynes is a PhD candidate at the University of Exeter, exploring the legal geographies of immigration law. Using ethnographies of tribunal hearings and interviews with their key actors, she examines the impact of space and technology on access to justice in immigration bail hearings.
Jo is also a Research Fellow at Public Law Project, where she researches issues of digital justice and remote hearings.
She is part of the ASYFAIR network, which explores the extent to which fair and consistent asylum appeal adjudication occurs across EU member states.
PhD working title: Legal Geographies of Immigration Law: Space, Technology & Access to Justice.
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My work is situated in the fields of legal geography and socio-legal studies. In particular, I am interested in legal and geographical imaginations of space, access to justice and courtwatching methodologies.
BA Geography (University of Oxford)
MSc Global Migration (University College London)
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