I am a Senior Teaching Fellow at Portsmouth Law School, with an interest in the development of personal tutoring provision in the Law School. I teach across all three years of the undergraduate degrees and am responsible for organising and delivering Induction activities for each new cohort of law students.
I graduated from the University of Oxford with a BA (Hons) Degree in Human Sciences, before going on to the College of Law in Guildford to complete my academic and professional qualifications as a solicitor. My career in the law began in the early 1990s when I worked as an assistant solicitor in the Civil & Commercial Litigation Department of a 'Magic Circle' law firm in the City of London. I have since worked for Local Authorities and Charities, joining the University of Portsmouth in 2012 as a part-time hourly paid lecturer in Portsmouth Law School.
I was appointed as a full-time Teaching Fellow in 2015, becoming a Senior Teaching Fellow and Level 4 Tutor in 2017, and Senior Tutor in 2018.
I teach English Legal System (ELS) at Level 4, Legal Writing & Research at Level 5 and Legal Project at Level 6 on the undergraduate Law LLB courses. I also teach Business & Employment Law and Legal Issues in Procurement & Supply (LIPS) modules to Level 5 Business students in the Business & Law Faculty. I am joint module coordinator for both ELS and LIPS. I have also taught Current Legal Issues and Criminal Law for Business in the past and have experience of teaching and coordinating law modules on postgraduate accountancy courses.
Expertise related to UN Sustainable Development Goals
In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):