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Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL)

Prince of Wales Global Sustainability Fellow in Sustainable Aviation, working with the Aviation Impact Accelerator: a joint collaboration between The Whittle Laboratory, University of Cambridge and CISL. The Fellowship is supported by a philanthropic donation from Heathrow Airport.  


Jill has a first degree in law and is a Solicitor qualified in England and Wales. She worked as a mergers and acquisitions lawyer in the City after qualifying. She was then appointed European Counsel for Harman International Industries Inc, working for Harman both in London and Paris. Jill developed a keen interest in building, land use and the impact of planning on communities and the economy. She took her MPhil in planning, growth and regeneration at the University of Cambridge and is in the process of writing up her PhD, also at Cambridge, researching the decision-making process of nationally significant infrastructure projects under the Planning Act 2008, using the Case Study of the Airports National Policy Statement.


Research interests

Jill’s main research interests are in infrastructure planning and public law and their roles in Net Zero policy making, with particular focus on the field of aviation.


  • Lecturing and supervising of undergraduate and postgraduate students at University of Cambridge
  • European Counsel to Harman International Industries Inc. Senior Assistant Solicitor Lovell White Durrant


  • MPhil (Cantab) Planning Growth and Regeneration
  • Solicitor of the Supreme Court of England and Wales
  • LLB (Hons) University of Leeds CEFRC2 (2021)

Other affiliations

 St Catharine’s College, Cambridge



Key publications: 

Currently a writing contributor to Wolfson Policy Paper on Sustainable Development

Credited in MacDonald K. (2022) ‘Enemies of the People Judicial Review and Policy Setting: can they be separated?’ Journal of Planning and Environment Law: Occasional Papers No 49 December pp51-71

Jill Campion
Prince of Wales Global Sustainability Fellow