Dr. Illan rua Wall is an Associate Professor at the Warwick Law School. He works on questions of law and disorder, affective approaches to law, critical legal theory and human rights. He is the author of Human Rights and Constituent Power (Routledge, 2012) and co-editor with Costas Douzinas and Matthew Stone of New Critical Legal Thinking (Routledge, 2012). He is a founding editor of the open access publisher Counterpress and the blog criticallegalthinking.com.
In 2017-18 and 2015-16, Lisa Heledd Jones and Iain Peebles from Storyworks UK helped the students to think about how to tell stories in different ways, and how to edit the material. Their guidance was central to the project.
Episode 1: Renée Liew (Liew Shao Jie) graduated from Warwick Law School in 2018 and is currently pursuing an MA in Drama and Theatre Education at the University of Warwick.
Episode 2: Annabelle Lymbery has just begun her final year studying law at the University of Warwick.
Episode 3: Shamilka Hewagama, currently pursuing a Masters in International Development Law and Human Rights; and graduated from Warwick Law School, 2018.
Episode 4: Riya Bains is pursuing a Legal Practice Course from January 2019 and graduated from Warwick Law School in 2018.
Episode 5: Suvi Jokinen is pursuing her undergraduate in law in the University of Warwick, graduating in 2020.
Episode 6: Segun Awolowo, graduated from Warwick Law School 2018 and is currently undertaking the Nigerian Bar Examination.
Episode 7: Winifred Orbih is currently undertaking the Nigerian Bar Examination and graduated from Warwick Law School in 2018.
Episode 8: Erika Grimshaw is a 2018 University of Warwick graduate who currently holds an Assistant Ombudsman position at the UK’s first Rail Ombudsman.
Summer Release: Joseph Gitata (Episode 9), Tina Kondouli (Episode 10), Jade James (Episode 11), Dasha Diachenko (Episode 12), Chelsea Penafort (Episode 13), Anoshamisa Gonye (Episode 14)
Autumn Release: Mahran Saleh Azzam (Episode 15), Marina Pinedo Ocaña (Episode 16)