Associate Professor Daniel Pascoe
CILIS Senior Associate
Born in Canberra, Australia, Daniel studied law and Asian studies at the Australian National University before working for short periods at the NSW-ACT Aboriginal Legal Service and the ACT Government Solicitor. In 2008, Daniel moved to the United Kingdom where he was Keith Murray Graduate Scholar at Lincoln College, Oxford, reading for an MPhil and a DPhil. Daniel joined CityU in January 2014 as Assistant Professor and was promoted to Associate Professor in July 2020.
Daniel’s research focuses on criminal law and punishment in comparative perspective, also extending to Southeast Asian law, Islamic law and legal pedagogy. He is available for research collaborations, media commentary and PhD supervision in these and related areas.