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Joanna Miles

Reader in Family Law & Policy, University of Cambridge. Formerly a Fellow at Trinity since 1999; appointed University Lecturer in 2007, following a two-year secondment as a team lawyer to the Law Commission for England and Wales to work on its Cohabitation project, 2005-7; Senior Lecturer from October 2011.

Academic door tenant at 1 Hare Court (Chambers of Nicholas Cusworth QC), the specialist family law set, since April 2011. Academic Fellow of Inner Temple for three years from December 2011. Assistant editor of the Child and Family Law Quarterly. Elected member of the Executive Council of the International Society of Family Law. Chair of the Cambridge Socio-Legal Group.

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Joanna Miles

Reader in Family Law & Policy, University of Cambridge. Formerly a Fellow at Trinity since 1999; appointed University Lecturer in 2007, following a two-year secondment as a team lawyer to the Law Commission for England and Wales to work on its Cohabitation project, 2005-7; Senior Lecturer from October 2011.

Academic door tenant at 1 Hare Court (Chambers of Nicholas Cusworth QC), the specialist family law set, since April 2011. Academic Fellow of Inner Temple for three years from December 2011. Assistant editor of the Child and Family Law Quarterly. Elected member of the Executive Council of the International Society of Family Law. Chair of the Cambridge Socio-Legal Group.

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