Julia joined the School of Law at LJMU in 2013, having previously been a PhD candidate and Graduate Teaching Assistant/Associate Lecturer at the University of Manchester.
Julia's research interests include the Law of the European Union (with a particular focus on citizenship), Statelessness, Human Rights, Jurisprudence and political science.
Julia teaches across a range of programmes at LJMU. On the LLB she engages with students at all levels of study, both in teaching and as a personal tutor. In addition she is the Level 5 LLB cohort tutor. LLB teaching includes Public Law, European Union Law, European Socio-Legal Studies.
At Masters Level, Julia is module leader for Politics and Accountability in the EU and Comparative European Public Law and has taught on Advanced European Union Law.
Julia would welcome applications from PhD students interested in EU citizenship and workers issues, as well as Statelessness and Rights themes.
2012, University of Manchester, United Kingdom, PhD, European Citizenship
2006, University of Manchester, United Kingdom, LLM, European Law and Policy
2004, Nottingham Law School, United Kingdom, LPC
2003, University of Manchester, United Kingdom, LLB, Law
Ferreira N, Kostakopoulou D, Bradshaw J, Gola S. 2016. The human face of the European Union: Are EU law and policy humane enough? :1-434 9781107077225 DOI
Bradshaw JE. “Stateless in Europe: The Unbearable Lightness of Being an Unperson in the EU” Ferreira N, Kostakopoulou D. The Human Face of the European Union :260-291 Cambridge University Press 978-1-107-07722-5 DOI
Bradshaw JE. Emerging from the Chrysalis: Union Citizenship Must Escape its Nationality-based Shortcomings Davies B, O'Leary E, Panara C, Pimor A. Liverpool Law Review, DOI