LLB (Dub), BCL DPhil (Oxon), SFHEA
Dr Joelle Grogan is a legal academic, and an expert in the rule of law and crisis governance, working in the fields of EU law, UK public law, and comparative constitutional law.
Joelle is currently a Senior Researcher, and head of the research at UKICE, an independent think tank based at King's College London. She is also Research Fellow at the CEU Democracy Institute, and creator of Sticky Tricky Law.
An expert on emergency law and pandemic governance, she served as advisor to the European Economic and Social Committee on the rule of law during a public health emergency (2021-2022); and is a commissioner for the Independent Commission on UK Public Health Emergency Powers (2022-2023). Joelle also authored Impact of COVID-19 measures on democracy and fundamental rights (2022), a study commissioned by the European Parliament.
Joelle has an undergraduate degree in Law from Trinity College Dublin where she was elected a Scholar of the University. She graduated with Distinction from the BCL at Oxford University, and also holds a doctorate in law from Oxford University.