Jonathan is a Lecturer and Senior Personal Tutor at the Centre for Professional Legal Studies (CPLS) based in the School of Law and Politics. He is a solicitor by profession and practised for many years in South Wales and Bristol before becoming a lecturer at Cardiff University during the autumn of 2015.
Jonathan teaches across all the law professional courses - the LPC, BTC and GDL. He specialises in Litigation, Employment and Public Law. He is particularly interested in pedagogy and is always looking to use innovative ways in which to teach his students and to share his considerable experience in professional practice with them. In addition Jonathan invests a considerable amount of time in assisting students to obtain positions with law firms following the completion of their courses and continues to nurtur his excellent links with the local legal community in Cardiff, Wales and Bristol.
Jonathan is also the Senior Personal Tutor for CPLS.
Jonathan is also a semi-professional photographer specialising in landscapes, nature and portraiture. He produces a landscape calendar each year in aid of charity and has won awards for his work in the UK and the USA.
Lecturer at Cardiff University School of Law and Politics (2015-date).
Senior Personal Tutor (CPLS) (2018-date)
Solicitor (up to 2015) specialising in serious personal injury claims and fatal accidents, employment and human rights' law.
Jonathan uses Twitter: @jonemarshuk and Instagram: jemphotographywales
He has a Facebook page for his photographic work www.facebook.com/jemphotographywales
In early 2020 he will be launching his own dedicated photographic website at www.jemphotography.org
Jonathan's teaching at the Centre for Professional Legal Studies within Cardiff University's School of Law and Politics extends across all the professional courses - the LPC, BTC and GDL. His specialisms are Litigation, Employment and Public Law, especially human rights. He also supervises LLM students within the law school.
Jonathan is currently researching and writing a book aimed at GDL and conversion course students in Public Law (due for publication in the summer of 2020).