Город: London, United Kingdom
The London School of Economics and Political Science. The Law Department.
Lecturer in Law
Tel. : +44(020)79-55-7244
Julian Fulbrook graduated with law degrees from Exeter, Cambridge and Harvard Universities. He was Wright Rogers Law Scholar at Cambridge, where he completed his doctoral thesis in social security law. He then spent three years at Harvard Law School, where he was Canon Barnett Memorial Fellow and took an LLM He came to the LSE in 1976. Called to the Bar at the Inner Temple in 1977, where he was a Duke of Edinburgh Scholar, he was a pupil to Lord Irvine of Lairg. He practised until 1993 in the fields of personal injuries and employment law.
Major publications include books on Administrative Justice and the Unemployed and Law at Work: Social Security. Recent publications include 'Health and Safety: Are the levels of damages fair?' Federation News (vol 50, No 3) (2000); 'Walking the public plank; protecting the safety of visitors to public spaces', Local Government Chronicle (November 2000); 'New Labour's Welfare Reforms: Anything New?, Modern Law Review (vol 64, March 2001).
Dr Fulbrook's public service includes being a councillor in the London Borough of Camden, where he has served in various roles, such as Mayor, Chair of Housing, Chair of Education and Chair of Social Services. He represents Holborn and Covent Garden ward. Currently he is a non-executive Director of the Camden Primary Care NHS Trust, specialising in clinical governance issues. Dr Fulbrook has had wide experience as a school governor at primary and secondary level, having chaired the governing bodies of two primary schools in Holborn, and he was also the chair at Swiss Cottage Special School. He is a trustee at Coram's Fields.
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