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Our Team \ Jack Slone (Administrative Law Editor)


Jack is a third-year law student at St. Catherine’s College, Oxford University. During his time there, he has already studied Roman law, Criminal Law, Constitutional law, and the law of Torts and Trusts. Jack would like to start his career in commercial law, but would eventually like to end up in criminal law work or teaching law and Spanish.

Jack’s interest in the law stems from his love of debating: in 2013, he was part of the team that came runner-up in the National Debating Matters Competition, and he has enjoyed analysing and deconstructing topical issues ever since. He has a passion for legal issues which affect the lives of people in society, such as criminal law, medical law, and the law of negligence, and has previously written on issues including euthanasia, rape culture, and the Hillsborough football stadium disaster.

Jack has also been Vice-President of his college's Law Society, as well as the Mooting Secretary for Oxford Bar Society, organising moots for students across the colleges in the city. Jack also enjoys carrying out motivational talks at the high school he attended, and also volunteers to help to teach Spanish and sociology at a local secondary school in Oxford.

Outside of law, Jack likes to participate in a wide variety of sports including cycling, squash and snooker or indulge in his guilty pleasure of American TV programs and box-sets.

Articles by Jack

Do New Evidence Proposals for Rape Cases Strike a Fair Balance? 7th July 2017

Questions Without Answers: The Grenfell Tower Disaster 28th June 2017

You’ll Never Walk Alone: How Hillsborough Put Negligence on a Wrong Turn 14th February 2017

Restructuring the Offence of Rape: A Strive to Meet Feminist Concerns 29th December 2015

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