Associate Professor, Course Director PGDL/CPE
Telephone:020 7815 5722
School/Division:Law and Social Sciences / Law
John Koo is subject leader for European Union law. His research interests cover EU asylum law and the impact of Brexit on legal education. He is Course Director for the Law Conversion course (PG Diploma/CPE). He is registered with the EU Commission as a Technical Assistance and Information Exchange expert (TAIEX) for the area of free movement of persons law.
John's pedagogical interest and conference work relate to issues around student engagement. He undertakes quality assurance and reporting activities for the Law Division and the University.
A Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, John has previously worked for the Open University and Holborn Law Tutors.
Most recent publications
Koo, J Mass Influxes and Protection in Europe: A Reflection on a Temporary Episode of an Enduring Problem. European Journal of Migration and Law, 20. 157-181. DOI 10.1163/15718166-12340027
Koo, J and James, C The EU law 'core' module: surviving the perfect storm of Brexit and the SQE. The Law Teacher, DOI 10.1080/03069400.2017.1394144
James, C and Koo, J The EU law “core” module: Surviving the perfect storm of Brexit and the SQE. Law Teacher, 52. 68-84. DOI https://www.doi.org/10.1080/03069400.2017.1394144
Koo, J The European Union Temporary Protection Directive: an example of solidarity in law but not in practice. A Review of Temporary Protection in the European Union 1990-2015.. working_paper. School of Advanced Studies, University of London,
Koo, J EU Temporary Protection Directive: What lessons have been learned?. In: Refugee Law Initiative Conference, 29 June - 1 July 2016, London.
Koo, J The European Union Temporary Protection Directive: an example of solidarity in law but not in practice. A Review of Temporary Protection in the European Union 1990-2015.. In: Refugee Law Initiative 1st Annual Conference, 29 June 2016 - 01 July 2016, London.More publications at LSBU Research Open