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Dr Jeremy Hill Visiting Scholar

Research Institute
Transitional Justice Institute
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Dr Jeremy Hill has previously held a number of policy and legal posts in the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and the UK Attorney General's office, including being the British Ambassador to Bulgaria and Lithuania, and the Legal Adviser of the UK Representation to the EU.  Since 2008, Jeremy has been involved in devising and conducting training programmes for EU Presidencies, EU Foreign Ministries (including UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office) and the European External Action Service. 

In 2013, this included training in Brussels, London, Lithuania, Vietnam, Bosnia and Macedonia.  He was Legal Adviser to the Consultative Group on the Past in Northern Ireland in 2008-2009. 

He is a trustee and founder member of Justice Across Borders, which helps victims of crime, and of the McDonald Centre for Christian Ethics at Christ Church, Oxford.  He worked as a policy adviser to the Liberal Democrats in the House of Lords on criminal and justice legislation from 2011-2012.

Research publications

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