Lecturer in Law, Birkbeck Law School
Jeremy began his legal career in New Zealand as a Crown prosecutor before moving on to work in commercial litigation. After moving to England, he qualified as a Solicitor and worked in both the public and private sectors as a fraud investigator. A few years ago he decided to become a full time academic after having completed his doctorate, which explored how the impact of legal systems on the regulation and organisation of societies may be analysed and critiqued in the visual sphere using real-time technologies. He is particularly interested in art that questions the way that culture is organised by the intersection of the law and heritage sites and institutions. His research builds on academic qualifications in cultural research and art law as well as his professional experience as a fraud investigator and lawyer. He is currently a Lecturer in Law at Birkbeck School of Law, University of London.