Kate Campbell-Pilling

School of Law

University Teacher

Kate Campbell Pilling
+44 114 222 6887

Full contact details

Kate Campbell-Pilling
School of Law
Bartolomé House
Winter Street
S3 7ND

I qualified as a Solicitor in 1999. Whilst in private practice I specialised in commercial property.  My experience includes acting for sellers, buyers and lenders in both freehold and long leasehold transactions and acting for landlords and tenants in commercial leasehold transactions, dealing with a variety of properties including high street shops, shopping centre units, industrial units, offices, commercial buildings and development land.  I've also dealt with residential plot sales. I joined the course in 2004.

Kate is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy 

  • LLB (Hons): University of Hull
  • Diploma in Legal Practice: University of Sheffield
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching: University of Sheffield
  • Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
Research interests

Learning and Teaching in particular electronic methods of assessment and feedback and peer assessment and related feedback.

Teaching interests

I am passionate about the teaching and learning experience of students and embed different learning techniques to ensure all students can participate and benefit from my teaching sessions. I mainly teach property based subjects such as Land Law and Equity and Trusts. My focus is on helping students develop both their academic skills and their employability skills.

Teaching activities

The modules I teach are:


  • Property Law
  • Equity and Trusts


  • Equity and Trusts
Professional activities
  • Member of the Law Society
  • Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

Recent invited papers and keynote lectures

HEA’d Conference June 2020 Don’t feedback in anger: enhancing student experience of Feedback  Kate Campbell-Pilling Gareth Bramley Carl Simmons

Learning and Teaching Conference University of Sheffield January 2019 Rich Audio Feedback……. Kate Campbell-Pilling, Gareth Bramley, Aidan Hoggard, Graham McElearney, James Pearson and Matt Robson