Editor in Chief
Jessica Allen is currently completing her Law with French and French Law degree at the University of Nottingham. As of summer 2016, she is the incumbent Vice President for Academic Activities of ELSA UK. Previously, Jessica served as an Editor of the ELSA Law Review and a National Linguistic Editor for the International Legal Research Group on the ‘Protection of Journalistic Sources’. Her research interests focus on areas of national and international public law, notably environmental law.
Editor in Chief
Kaleb Honer is recent graduate of the Master of Laws (LL.M) programme in Trinity College Dublin and is currently acting as the Vice President for Academic Activities of ELSA Ireland. Kaleb acted as the National Coordinator for two Legal Research Groups, and is a current Editorial Board member for the ELSA Law Review. He has a strong interest in Intellectual Property Law and Data Protection.
Sam Hussaini is currently in the final year of his LLB degree at the University of Nottingham. He spent 2015-16 studying at the University of Auckland, New Zealand. He also serves on the Editorial Board of the ELSA Law Review.
Ethan Dodd is currently in his second year of LLB Law at the University of Exeter where he holds the position of Vice President for Marketing of ELSA Exeter and ELSA UK. He hopes to complete the LPC and become a fully qualified solicitor working at an international law firm in the Middle East or the US.
Leanne Digney completed her BCL degree (DCU) in 2016 and is currently a legal tutor at Dublin City University. Leanne has been published several times and is currently the National Co-Ordinator for the Legal Research Group on European Compliance Benchmark 2016/2017. Having been a delegate to the United Nations Human Rights Committee in Geneva, and the United Nations Economic and Social Council in New York, Leanne is aspiring to work predominately in Human Rights and International Law.
Arike McKain is a LLB International and European Law graduate of the University of Sheffield. She is a current Editor of the Student Comparative and European Law Review, the UK National Academic Co-ordinator of the ELSA International Legal Research Group on the European Corporate Compliance Benchmark as well as a former President and Founder of ELSA Sheffield. During her degree she enjoyed completing a year of comparative legal study at Utrecht University, being a volunteer caseworker at the South Yorkshire Refugee Law and Justice Centre, being a Delegate appointed to the 2016 OECD Global Forum on Responsible Business Conduct and a Mediation Session Supervisor for the 2016 ICC International Commercial Mediation Competition. She aspires to become a qualified solicitor specialising in commercial dispute resolution, intellectual property and IT law.
Iphigenia Fisentzou is currently completing her LLB Law degree at the University of Nottingham. She is aspiring to become a barrister and is predominantly interested in International Law.
Charis Harvey is a final year Law with French and French Law student at the University of Nottingham. She spent the year 2015-2016 studying in France at l’Université de Toulouse 1 Capitole.