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Helen Toner



Principal Teaching Fellow


School of Law
University of Warwick
Tel: 024 765 23326

Research Interests

My research has focused on EU law, particularly citizenship, free movement and partnership rights, and rights aspects of impact assessments.


BA (Law), Cambridge (1992) LLM, London School of Economics (1997) DPhil, Oxford (2003) Principal Teaching Fellow, also Senior Tutor for Science Faculty.

I joined the Warwick Law School in 2004 after initially qualifying as a barrister and then a number of years teaching, mainly in EU law, and pursuing doctoral research on Partnership Rights in EC migration law at Oxford University. I was a lecturer in Law first at Somerville College then at Queen's College from 1997-2004 and was awarded DPhil (PhD) for my thesis entitled Modernising Partnership Rights in EU Family Reunification Law in 2003.

I have taught Constitutional and Administrative law and EU law since I arrived at Warwick, and have started a new module on Legal Issues of Brexit for January 2017. I was Senior Tutor/Director of Student Support and Wellbeing for a number of years in the Law School, and in January 2017 was appointed to a new role on the Dean of Student's office as Faculty Senior Tutor for the Science Faculty.


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