Hannah Camplin is a qualified and practising solicitor specialising in family, immigration and criminal law. She joined Westminster Law School full time in 2014. Previously Hannah worked for the legal charity Rights of Women where she managed the delivery of legal advice services, delivered training on domestic and sexual violence and the law, and was policy lead for violence against women issues in criminal law. In the past Hannah also practised as a junior associate in a law firm in London's east end. Hannah is also a trustee for the Women and Girl's Network, a charity providing support for women and girls who have experienced sexual violence. At the University of Westminster Hannah teaches at, and practices from, the Student Law Clinic, and also teaches criminal law and criminal litigation.
Hannah has a background in policy work on violence against women issues and access to justice for victims of domestic and sexual violence, particularly involving young women's access to justice. Her research interests centre on gender and the law, sexual offences and access to justice in the broader sense following the impact of the legal aid cuts.
For details of all my research outputs, visit my WestminsterResearch profile.