I qualified as a solicitor in 1992 and specialised in general and personal injury litigation before moving to the University of Sheffield in 1997. I teach on a range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses including the Legal Practice Course and Graduate Diploma in Law.
- LLB (Hons): University of Sheffield
- Solicitors Finals: College of Law, Chester
- Diploma in Personal Injury Litigation: Manchester Metropolitan University
- Postgraduate Diploma in Teaching and Learning for University Lecturers: University of Sheffield
Teaching and Learning
I teach on the Legal Practice Course (LPC), on the Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) course and I also teach Undergraduate Torts Law (UG). I try to ensure students gain a firmer understanding and enjoyment of the subject by, where appropriate, putting their area of study into a practical context.
I am also a Personal and Academic Tutor and Disability Liaision Officer for Postgraduate programmes.
The modules I teach are:
|Litigation and Advocacy (Convenor)||Torts Law - GDL (Convenor)||Pro Bono Module|
|Personal Injury Litigation (Convenor)|
|Practical Legal Research|
|Interviewing and Advising|
Professional Activities and Recognition
- Member of the Law Society
- Fellow of the Higher Education Academy