Eloise Ellis joined UEA, as a lecturer in law in 2011, having previously taught Public Law at King’s College London and Queen Mary, University of London.  She has also lectured in Human Rights, EU Law and Common Law Reasoning & Legal Systems.

Eloise graduated from King’s College London in 2000 with LLB (Hons) (First Class).  This was followed by several years spent working as a political adviser and policy/campaigns manager for a range of organisations from the Country Landowner’s Association (CLA) to the London Chamber of Commerce and the British Retail Consortium.  Eloise then spent a couple of years at a Government Department, where her roles included working for a Minister, following which she returned to academia.

Eloise has also been involved in local politics and with various charitable organisations.

Key Research Interests

Eloise’s research interests lie in the area of public and administrative law. Her doctoral research focuses on parliamentary select committees.

She is also particularly interested in the constitutional structure of government and constitutional reform.

Teaching Interests

  • Eloise is a public law lecturer. In terms of core subjects she teaches on the Constitutional and Administrative Law module, for which she is the module organiser, and the European Union Law module.
  • Eloise is also the module organiser and lecturer for the European Constitutional Law module which is an option for students in the second, third and fourth years of their degree.

External Activities and Indicators of Esteem

  • As Deputy Director of Internships, Eloise takes the lead role in developing opportunities for UEA Law students to gain work experience in sectors in which the skills acquired during the study of law are relevant.
  • Eloise also plays an active role as part of the Admissions and Outreach Team.
  • Eloise is involved in the inter-disciplinary work within the University and engagement with stakeholders and policy-makers more widely.