Portrait of Dr Will Mbioh

Dr Will Mbioh

Lecturer in Law
Director of Inclusion


Will holds the following qualifications : BA, LLB, LLM, PhD.

He holds a PhD from the University of Kent, which he completed on the history of HIV/AIDS in Africa and the regulation of the manufacturing and marketing of generic HIV drugs in the continent. 

Since his PhD he has developed an interest in and has published on issues related to digitalisation and the regulation of electronic surveillance by national security and law enforcement bodies. He is currently working on two research projects on digital vulnerability and inclusion and the regulation of digital platforms. 

His main administrative roles at the law school relate to the School’s Student Success Project and Skills Hub. Much of these roles are about enhancing student experience and improving the academic skills and attainment of law students.

Research interests

  • Socio-legal studies, particularly postcolonial studies, science and technology studies, and legal geography 
  • Surveillance studies 
  • Data protection in the field of law enforcement and national Security 
  • Digital vulnerability and inclusion.


Dr Mbioh generally teaches undergraduates in the fields of European Union law, Public law, Equity and Trusts.

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