Lewis Graham

Law Society Fellow in Law, Wadham College

Other affiliations

Wadham College


Lewis completed his doctorate at the University of Cambridge and holds Law degrees from the Universities of Oxford and Bristol. He joined Wadham as a Fellow in January 2022 and teaches Jurisprudence, EU Law and Administrative Law for the college.

His general research interests include judicial decision-making, the work of apex courts, public law and human rights (especially the Human Rights Act and European Convention on Human Rights). He is particularly interested in empirical legal work. 

He has recently published articles in Public Law, Human Rights Law Review and International and Comparative Law Quarterly. His monograph, Judicial Individuality on the UK Supreme Court, is due to be published with Hart soon.




Research Interests

Empirical Legal Scholarship; Administrative Law; Constitutional Law; Human Rights; Courts and Judges