Stephen Dimelow is a Career Development Fellow at New College. Previously, he was a Stipendiary Lecturer at Hertford and New College, and he has also served as the General Editor of the Oxford University Commonwealth Law Journal and Convener of the Public Law Discussion Group.
His teaching and research interests are in public law.
Selected publications include:
- ‘An Ingenious Failure? The Human Rights Act 1998 and Parliamentary Sovereignty’ in Frederick Cowell (ed), The Case Against the Human Rights Act 1998: A Critical Assessment (forthcoming)
- Common Sense” or Confusion? The Human Rights Act and the Conservative Party (Constitution Society and the UK Constitutional Law Association 2015) (http://www.consoc.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/COSJ3217_Common_Sense_or_Confusion_WEB.pdf) (with Professor Alison Young)
- ‘High Speed Rail, Europe and the Constitution’ (2014) 73 Cambridge Law Journal 234 (with Professor Alison Young)
- ‘The Interpretation of “Constitutional” Statutes’ (2013) 129 Law Quarterly Review 498