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Biography

Biography

Prior to joining King’s in September 2019, Darren was an Early Career Fellow in EU law at Edinburgh Law School. He wrote his doctoral thesis on constitutional review by the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) at the University of Cambridge. Before writing his thesis, Darren worked as a research assistant to Prof. Thomas Giegerich at the Jean Monnet Chair of European Union Law and European Integration. Darren holds a Master of Laws (LLM) degree in European Law from the Europa Institut at Saarland University, and an LLB (Hons) from Edinburgh Law School. Darren has taught a wide range of EU law and Public Law courses at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. In 2018, he was a Stagiaire in the cabinet of Judge Ian Forrester at the General Court of the CJEU.

Research Interests

Darren's main research interests lie in European Union Law, Constitutional Law, Public Law and Judicial Review. His publications to date have focused on the Court of Justice of the European Union and its judicial review function. He has also published journal articles on the role of national parliaments in the EU and the legal implications of Scottish independence. Recently, he has concentrated much of his attention on the legal questions raised by the UK’s proposed withdrawal from the EU, contributing journal articles, book chapters and blog posts that focus primarily on the role of the EU institutions in the Brexit process.

Teaching

EU Law

Public Law