Matthew Eaton-Kent is a J.D. graduate of Queen's University law school. He earned a BSc from LSE in Government. Alongside his criminal defence practice, he is the Resource (Policy) Coordinator for Ryerson University's Cross-over Youth Project, which is a judicial reform pilot focused on preventing adult recidivism for youth dually involved in the child welfare and youth criminal justice systems.
Julia Himmrich holds a PhD from LSE where she has held teaching and research positions including being a Research Associate at LSE IDEAS in the third Dahrendorf cycle (2015-16). After her doctorate she was the Research Fellow on European defence at the European Leadership Network (ELN) and taught on European and German Foreign Policy at King’s College London. Her wider research interest lies in European foreign and security policy, particularly in regards to enlargement and conflict settlement.
Benjamin Martill is a Dahrendorf Post-Doctoral Fellow. He conducts research and teaching on European security, Brexit, and British foreign policy. He received his PhD in 2015 from the University of Oxford. Benjamin Martill joined the Dahrendorf Forum at LSE IDEAS directly from the University College London (UCL) European Institute, where he was a Research Associate. Alongside his own research and lecturing, he was responsible for the Institute’s outreach programme, working to increase the public and policy engagement of academic research in the field of UK-EU relations.