Kajsa E Dinesson
Thesis title: Defining the law: on police and prosecutorial decision-making under broad and vague terrorism offences.
I am originally from the south of Sweden, having moved to the UK to pursue my academic career. I started out as an undergraduate at the University of York, graduating with a degree in Philosphy, Politics and Economics in 2019 (first). In 2020, I graduated from the University of Edinburgh with an LLM in Criminal Law and Criminal Justice (first).
I joined the University of Edinburgh as a PhD researcher in 2020, working on broad and vague terrorism offences. I have since completed part time research assistant work for the Covid Collective, and an internship with the Justice Analytical Services at the Scottish Government.
Co-convenor for the Criminal Law Discussion Group.
BA Politics, Philosohy, Economics, University of York
LLM Criminal Law and Criminal Justice, University of Edinburgh
Criminal law, legal theory, counter-terrorism, discretion and decision-making.