Jason Pobjoy

Author: Jason Pobjoy

Jason Pobjoy is a barrister at Blackstone Chambers, where he has a broad practice including public and human rights law, refugee and immigration law and public international law. Jason is also a PhD candidate at the University of Cambridge, where his research explores the relationship between international refugee law and international human rights law. At the University of Cambridge, Jason lectured in International Human Rights Law in the Master of Law (LLM) program and was the founding chair of the Cambridge Pro Bono Project, which has, since its establishment, facilitated the involvement of more than 150 LLM and PhD students in various pro bono projects. Jason has published widely in the areas of refugee law, public and human rights law and public international law. Jason is also an Australian qualified lawyer and practiced for several years as a litigation solicitor. Jason completed a Masters in Law at the University of Melbourne and a Bachelor of Civil Law at the University of Oxford, and he has also been a Research Associate at the Refugee Law Project at Makerere University in Kampala and a Hauser Visiting Doctoral Researcher at New York University School of Law.