The City Law School - City, University of London - BPTC (Very Competent)
University of Oxford - MSc in Criminal Justice (High 2.1)
University of Cambridge - BA Honours in Law (2.1)
Teaching Experience: Holly has studied at Cambridge, Oxford and Harvard and has passports from three different countries! Her main interests lie in human rights, criminal, international and public law. She has experience teaching at Oxford and has helped students of all ages, through to postgraduate learning. She has received the 2018-19 Princess Diana Scholarship and Harmsworth Exhibition Award, of the Middle Temple. She conducted research for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and currently researches for a Band 1 Barristers Chambers in areas of human rights and international criminal law. Prior to the BPTC, Holly conducted a review of Oxford University's Pitt Rivers Museum on the subject of indigenous rights and post-colonial Law, noted in The Guardian, The Times and The Telegraph. Holly has recently completed the BPTC and is an aspiring human rights barrister. Holly can also read tarot cards, which she describes as an invaluable aid to understanding Brexit. She is currently undertaking research at a leading human rights chambers in London.