Assistant Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge
Shona Wilson Stark is an Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Law and an Official Fellow of Girton College, both University of Cambridge. She completed her undergraduate and Master’s degrees in law at the University of Aberdeen, qualified as a solicitor in Edinburgh (Burness Paull LLP) and read for her PhD at the University of Cambridge. Her research interests include law reform (particularly the Law Commissions) and public law broadly defined (covering constitutional law, administrative law and human rights). Her current projects include an examination of Section 4 of the Human Rights Act 1998 (“Still Standing, or Standing Still?”) and a project on constituent power with Raffael Fasel (University of Cambridge/Yale Law School/University of Zurich): “How (Not) to Break Up: Constituent Power and Alternative Pathways to Scottish Independence”.