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Rema Ince

Rema is a Lecturer in Law (Education & Scholarship) at the University of Exeter Law School, based on the Cornwall campus. 

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Rema has a BSc (Hons) in Law with Business Studies (2011) and was Called to the Bar of England and Wales in 2014.  Rema has practised in litigation for 10 years in both the private and public sector, in civil and criminal law. 

Rema received a major scholarship from the University of Exeter in 2018 to study for a Masters in Law (LLM) taking the International Human Rights Law pathway, with her dissertation being supervised by Dr Ana Beduschi on Politics, Morals and Ethics: a historical examination of the European Convention of Human Rights with an evolutive analysis of the interpretative methods and how they are used in light of political, moral and ethical societal changes (Distinction).


Rema came to law as her second career, having previously undertaken a BTEC National Diploma (Level 3) and worked in the business and hospitality industry. 


Rema is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives, through cross-qualification, by way of the Work-Based Learning route. 

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