Stephanie Palmer is a barrister at Blackstone Chambers, London and a member of the Faculty of Law and Girton College, University of Cambridge.
She teaches a range of public law classes and established the first course on human rights in Cambridge for undergraduate law students. Her research employs a range of theoretical and comparative approaches to research in the fields of human rights, constitutional and medical law. She has published widely in these fields and am currently contracted to write a monograph on human rights in the United Kingdom with Cambridge University Press.
Stephanie has always sought to balance academic research with public interest work. She is on the Executive Committee of the University of Cambridge’s Pro Bono Program and oversees projects every year. Her recent reports with Cambridge colleagues include “The Independent Review of Administrative Law” and a “Response to the consultation Paper on Retained EU Caselaw”.
She was born and raised in Australia and after completing an undergraduate degree at the University of Adelaide, she then moved to Harvard Law School (LLM and SJD).