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This blog reflects my own personal interest in the areas of Intellectual Property and Media law.  I intend to write posts on cases and issues which have caught my eye in these specific areas.  I prefer to write quite detailed and in-depth posts, so the blog will not be updated incredibly frequently. If you have any comments or suggestions you can get in touch through my ‘Contact Form’ page and I will try my best to get back to you as quickly as I can. Feedback is particularly welcome.

Thanks again,

Jonathan McCully


About Jonathan McCully 


BPP Law School, London (2013 – 2014): Completed the LPC and obtained a Distinction.  Took electives in Private Acquisitions, Commercial and Intellectual Property Law, and Media and Entertainment Law.

London School of Economics and Political Science, London (2012-2013) : Completed an LLM in Information Technology, Media and Communications Law (Merit).

Trinity College, Dublin (2008-2012): Completed an LLB (2:1). Awarded the Trinity College Entrance Exhibition Award.

Royal Belfast Academical Institution, Belfast (2001-2008) : Obtained 4 As at A-level.


Public Speaking

A Carte Blanche Channel – The Oscar Pistorius Trial (2014) : Studio guest via Skype, commenting on the media reaction to the trail in the UK and Ireland, and considered some interesting media law issues in relation to the trial.

Law Student Colloquium, Trinity College (2012): Presented the Paper: ‘Privacy and Rehabilitation – To what extent can we forget the past?’



Own-it (2013-2014):  A service provided in collaboration with the University of the Arts, London. One of its key roles is to provide accessible IP legal advice to recent graduates.


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