Bleddyn joined the school of law at LJMU in 2011, having previously been a PhD student and teaching fellow at the University of Liverpool where he taught Public and EU Law, and devised and lead a Legal Research Training Module on the LLM programme.
He teaches across range of modules on a number of programmes in the school. On the LLB Bleddyn is the module leader of Public Law at level 4 and the module leader for the Dissertation module at level 6. He also teaches on Independent Learning and Legal Skills, Law of the European Union, Crime and Security in the EU, Law and Religion, European Social and Legal Studies and Public International Law. On the GDL Bleddyn is the module leader for Public Law and teaches on English Legal Systems and Law of the European Union. At Masters level Bleddyn teaches on Conflict and Warfare in International law.
Bleddyn would welcome applications from PhD students interested in any aspect of UK or EU Public Law.
Bleddyn is also the level 6 cohort leader on the LLB.
2014, Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom, PGCert (HE)
2010, University of Liverpool, United Kingdom, PhD, Thesis title: "Fit for Purpose? A Legal Analysis of the European Union's Constitutional Arrangements in the Field of Criminal Justice."
2005, University of Liverpool, United Kingdom, LLM
2004, University of Liverpool, United Kingdom, LLB
Teaching Fellow, School of Law, University of Liverpool, 2009 - 2011
Davies BR, Wilson G. 2015. Editorial Liverpool Law Review, 36 :199-202 >DOI
Davies B. 2013. Introduction to Special Edition: The EU Faring Through its Post-Lisbon Crisis-Past, Present, Future of European Integration Liverpool Law Review, 34 :173-174 >DOI
Davies B. 2013. EU Criminal Law in National Courts: Breaking the Monopoly? Liverpool Law Review, 34 :241-259 >DOI
Davies B. 2011. Giving EU Citizens a voice: Regulation 211/2011 on the EU Citizen's Initiative Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, 33 :289-295 >DOI
Davies BR. The EU Referendum: Who Were the British People? Kings Law Journal, 3 :323-332
Davies BR. Popular Participation and Legitimacy in Constitutional Change Liverpool Law Review: a journal of contemporary legal issues, 36 >DOI
Davies BR. Segi and the Future of Judicial Rights Protection in Europe European Public Law, 14 :311-311
Davies B. 2012. Delegation and accountability of criminal agencies after Lisbon: An examination of Europol The Treaty of Lisbon and the Future of European Law and Policy :325-340 9780857932556 >DOI
Davies BR. 2012. Delegation and Accountability of Criminal Agencies After Lisbon, an Examination of Europol Trybus M, Rubini L. The Treaty of Lisbon and the Future of European Law Edward Elgar
Engagement & Impact
Conference name: The Conservatives and the Constitution, Position: Co-organiser, URL: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-conservatives-and-the-constitution-tickets-27045360401#
Title of presentation: What Makes Students Stay, Conference title: EAIR, Place/location of conference: Porto Portugal, Presentation type: Oral presentation
Title of presentation: What Makes Students Stay, Conference title: LJMU Teaching and Learning Conference, Place/location of conference: Liverpool, Presentation type: Oral presentation
Title of presentation: Popular Participation in Constitutional Change, Conference title: Society of Legal Scholars Annual Conference, Place/location of conference: York, Presentation type: Oral presentation
Membership of professional bodies:
Member, Society of Legal Scholars
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, Higher Education Academy