Editor in Chief
Francesca Sella is currently completing her LLB Law (Hons) degree at the University of Stirling, Scotland. She is the Vice President for Academic Activities for ELSA UK and has previously worked as a researcher in the ELSA UK Legal Research Group on Migration Law as well as for the ELSA International Working Group of the Concluding Report of the Legal Research Group on Migration Law. Her research interest lies in international human rights law and refugee law.
Scott Davidson is currently an LLM student on the Public International Law programme at Leiden University in the Netherlands, having graduated with an LLB from the University of Stirling in June 2017, where he was a co-founder of the ELSA Stirling Local Group. He aims to undertake the Diploma in Legal Practice after his LLM and become a solicitor. He has a strong interest in public international law and international human rights law.
Cristina Grosu is an undergraduate law student from Moldova, studying at Bristol University. She wants to work in commercial law, however she also has an interest in European law. She holds the position of Secretary General at the newly formed ELSA Bristol this academic year.
Nikiana Lambert is a second year LLB Law student at the University of Bristol, where she is a founding Committee Member and Co-Vice President for Academic Activities & Mooting of ELSA Bristol. She aspires to become a commercial lawyer and has an interest in EU and company law.
Hendrik Jonsson is an Icelandic LL.M student at the London School of Economics (LSE). He is currently an Editor of the Student Comparative Law Review, as well as the Treasurer of the European Law Students’ Association at LSE and Director of Financial Management for the upcoming International Conference on Energy Law. He completed his LL.B at the University of Kent where he served as Treasurer of the local European Law Students’ Association and an organiser of the 1st ELSA Summer Law School on Migration Law. He aspires to work in the field of international dispute resolution, and is further passionate about international treaties, human rights law and international financial regulations.
Billie Brighouse is a second-year law student at the University of Bristol. Billie is an active member of the University of Bristol’s community, acting as Junior Mistresses of the Moot for the University of Bristol Law Club. Billie is also Campus Ambassador for the Economist newspaper. Billie has displayed genuine motivation to pursue a truly global career. This has allowed her to develop a unique insight into challenges within both the developed and the emerging markets. She has a continually expanding desire to exercise genuine concern for international affairs in a way which positively employs her ability to write both sophisticated and critical pieces. Thus, she is incredibly excited to pursue the position of Editor of the SCELR within ELSA UK.
Timothy Lo is currently in his first year of LLB Law studies at the University of Bristol. Coming from Hong Kong and is now based in the UK, Timothy is particularly interested in academic research related to comparative law, international law and public policy. He hopes to pursue a career in fields related to administrative law and international arbitration. He is also committed to engaging in legal advocacy and actively participating in competitive debating