Professor Luke Marsh

Luke Marsh was called to the Bar in 2008. He is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Law, Chinese University of Hong Kong. He has held visiting appointments at the Universities of Oxford, Cambridge, Columbia (New York), Auckland, Waseda (Tokyo) and Nottingham.

Luke has represented clients in the Youth Court, Magistrates Court and Crown Court. He received the prestigious Baron Dr. Ver Heyden De Lancey Prize for the best performance by a Middle Temple member in the Bar Examinations. Before he joined the academic community, Luke received an Erasmus grant to work at the United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia. 
Luke was the co-founding General Editor of Archbold News (Hong Kong) and is widely published in the leading criminal law and human rights journals including The International Journal of Evidence and Proof, International Criminal Law Review, Journal of Criminal Law and Human Rights Law Review.
His critically acclaimed book (“Criminal Judges”), co-authored with Emeritus Professor Mike McConville, provides a detailed examination of the erosion of the adversarial process in the English criminal justice system. Available at: