Iyiola Solanke

I graduated from the London School of Economics with a PhD in Law. I joined the School of Law at the University of Leeds in 2010. That same year I was appointed one of the first four Academic Fellows of Inner Temple, and became an Associate Academic Fellow in 2013. In 2013 I also founded the Temple North Women’s Forum to extend the outreach work of Inner and Middle Temples to legal professionals in the North and North East.

I am a Visiting Professor at Wake Forest University Law School and in 2017, I will be a Visiting Professor at Science Po, Grenoble in France. I have held Fellowships at the University of Michigan Law School (Ann Arbor, USA), the University of Sydney Law School (Sydney, Australia), McGill University Law School (Montreal, Canada) and at New Hall, Cambridge University.

In addition to numerous articles in peer-reviewed journals, my published work includes a textbook on EU Law (Pearson 2015) as well as two monographs: ‘Making Anti-Racial Discrimination Law (Routledge 2011) and ‘Discrimination as Stigma – A Theory of Anti-Discrimination Law’ (Hart 2016). I am also an Editor on ‘Eutopialaw’ (www.eutopialaw.com ) run by Matrix Chambers.

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