Research Title: Developing agreements? Private and public sector development agreements and retail-led regeneration (working title)
Prior to returning to Sheffield to commence my PhD I practised as a solicitor for two years, qualifying into the environmental and planning law team of an international law firm.
My academic qualifications as follows:
BA in American Studies, University of Sheffield
MA in English Literature (Distinction), University of Sheffield
MA in Law (Distinction), University of Sheffield
Legal Practice Course, University of Sheffield
Scope of Research
My current research involves a case study of a city centre retail-led urban regeneration scheme that investigates the negotiation and agreement of development contracts between local authorities and property development companies. I am keen to develop a wider understanding of the manner in which the legal framework provided by those agreements functions in practice.
Property law; planning law; socio-legal studies; legal theory
LAW123 Administrative Law and Justice; LAW3012 Equity and Trusts; LAW3013 Land Law; LAW3014 Administrative Law and Justice
Conference Papers and Presentations
- Mitchell, E. (2014) ‘Taking time: the temporal logics of private and public sector development agreement and retail-led regeneration’ for the Regional Studies Association, Early Career Conference, 31 October 2014.
- Mitchell, E. (2014) ‘Developing Agreements? Private and Public Sector Development Agreements and Urban Regeneration’ for The Comparative Law Conference, Fordham University London Centre, 30 June 2014.
- Mitchell, E. (2014) ‘Developing Agreements? Private and Public Sector Development Agreements and Urban Regeneration’ for Seeing Like a City Symposium, Queen Mary, University of London, 7 June 2014.