Dr Ann Luk joined the University of Kent as a Lecturer in Law. She obtained her PhD from the University of Glasgow. Her thesis analysed the methodological relationship between law and psychology, covering aspects of criminal law and legal theory. It investigated the current field of psycho-legal and neurolaw research, and mapped out a new framework for such interdisciplinary research.
Prior to this, Dr Luk obtained her LLM from LSE, which focused on international law and human rights, and her undergraduate law degree from Queen Mary, University of London. She also studied for a Master’s in Psychology at the University of Glasgow.
Dr Luk has previously taught with the University of Glasgow and Glasgow International Colleges across a range of topics including Constitutional Law, International Law, EU Law, and Property Law.
Dr Luk’s research interests are in jurisprudence and legal theory, psycho-legal studies, interdisciplinary legal research, and international law and human rights.