Arwen Joyce

Arwen JoyceGraduate Teaching Assistant
BA, JD, LLM, Member of the New York Bar, FHEA

After receiving her Juris Doctor from Georgetown University in 2006, Arwen became a member of the New York Bar and worked in Linklaters LLP's capital markets practice in London and Singapore. She lectured in the law school at Singapore Management University from 2013–2016 and received her LLM from the London School of Economics in 2017. She is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

Arwen joined Leicester Law School as a Graduate Teaching Assistant in September 2017.

Research Interests

Arwen researches economic migration and related labour and human rights law issues.

Current Teaching

  • Law of Tort


  • Victoria Ball, Arwen Joyce, and Charlotte Mills, ‘“They just have more of a vibe of being ‘one of us’”: Undergraduate Law Student Perceptions of PhD Tutors’ (The Law Teacher, Available online doi:10.1080/03069400.2019.1698212, forthcoming in print)
  • Joyce A, “Working Across Borders: The Limits of Labour Law for Low-Wage Temporary Migrant Workers” (2019) 5 Revista Estudos Institucionais 699 doi:10.21783/rei.v5i2.377

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