Se-shauna Wheatle is an Associate Professor in Law at Durham Law School, University of Durham. She was previously Lecturer in Law at Exeter College, University of Oxford, where she taught Constitutional Law and Administrative Law. She achieved her Bachelor of Laws (LLB) at the University of the West Indies before attending the University of Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar to read for the Bachelor of Civil Law (BCL). She subsequently completed a Master of Philosophy in Law on the constitutionality of the criminalization of same-sex relations in Jamaica and a Doctor of Philosophy in Law at the University of Oxford on 'The Impact of Implied Constitutional Principles on Fundamental Rights Adjudication in Common Law Jurisdictions'. Se-shauna pursues research in the fields of comparative human rights, common law constitutionalism, implied constitutional principles, sexual orientation and the law, and comparative constitutionalism.
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