James is a published author, speaker, educator, and public intellectual on international law, politics, areas of philosophy, psychology and other social sciences. His work offers insights and solutions across the world. His thorough expertise is at the core of James’ work; he uses highly effective methods to provide professional services to various audiences. James is a global speaker with a unique ability to inform and inspire individuals and collective audiences.
James’ book is entitled ‘An International Humanitarian Organisation: A United Nations of the People.’ The publication is by Cambridge Scholar Publishing, succeeding in being reviewed by their panel of social science professors, distinguished scholars, CBE members, and political, psychological, philosophical, and legal experts. They were ranked fourth in the ‘World’s Top-Ranked Publishers’ list, as compiled by the Library of Social Science, the discipline in which James’ book.
James has delivered lectures across the globe, served as an analyst for City Law Practice, taught at the Law Training Centre in the University of Kent, and contributed expertise to Global Resolutions as  the Global Ambassador, Legal and Political Analyst.
He was interviewed for several different conferences and media outlets. One example was an interview on how climate change links to psychology and our consciousness, being one of their teachers on Conscious Life, the leading channel for health, well-being, and conscious living.
Some of the areas of James’ consultancy work have been as independent Policy Expert for the Green Party in developing their 2015 general election manifesto and a renewable energy charter, and also Policy Advisor for Her Majesty’s Government.
He has also published articles in the Ecologist and as an expert member of the Global Minds in the Global Journal among names like Amartya Sen, Francis Fukuyama, Pascal Lamy, Jürgen Stark, Madeleine Rees, Mikhail Gorbachev and organisations like the Human Rights Foundation, the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies.
His perspectives have been in news media worldwide, giving live interviews for Evening News, for example, regarding the Infrastructure Bill in the Queen’s Speech and the legal issues on energy and environmental policies.
James was also an International Policy Advisor, Trustee, and Parliamentary Liaison Coordinator for the International Simultaneous Policy Organisation (ISPO). Having a life-long interest in politics, he gained an internship out of hundreds of students during his undergraduate studies with then the Secretary of State for International Development, the Rt Hon Hilary Benn MP.
He was also a research intern and conference organiser for the Fabian Society, working with the London School of Economics (LSE). James holds a Bachelor of Arts (B.A) degree in Politics and Parliamentary Studies, complemented by a Master of Laws (LLM) in International Law, where he extensively explored the intricate connections between international agreements addressing global issues and the realms of legal psychology and Jurisprudence.
During and after James’ master, he was an Advice and Referral Caseworker for the Environmental Law Foundation (ELF) and a Senior Casework Aide of Refugee and Migrant Justice (RMJ). James is an experienced and confident public speaker and has lectured for several conferences, universities, and organisations.
James was invited and spoke at the Integral European Conference in Budapest, presenting ‘An Integral Approach to Solving the Climate Crisis’ and ‘The Future of International Politics and Law in an Integrated World.’
James has intensively studied political philosophy, legal psychology and legal theory (Jurisprudence), contributing to his book.
He has a strong interest in and in-depth knowledge of classicism and western and eastern philosophy.
James is writing another book on his philosophical sensibility regarding western and eastern philosophy, which will be published next year.
To name a few others, he was the Saturday evening headline presentation for the SAND Conference and gave a presentation for the Ethical Society at Conway Hall with Stephen Law; English philosopher and editor for the philosophical journal Think, sponsored by the Royal Institute of Philosophy and published by the Cambridge University Press.
He also lectured alongside Robin Ince; a well-known television comedian, and Francesca Stavrakopoulou; Professor of the Hebrew Bible and Ancient Religion at Exeter’s Department of Theology and Religion.

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