Miss Caroline Strevens
Head of Department
After a career in private practice as a Solicitor, I joined the university in 1992 working part-time. I was appointed full time as Course Director to manage the suite of qualifying law degrees in September 2001, appointed Principal Lecturer in January 2006 and Head of School in June 2008. My main areas of teaching include Law and Society, and Criminal Law.
My primary research area is the future of the legal profession and the impact of information technology on the legal profession and its use in teaching law.
I have delivered a number of papers both within the University and externally. I regularly present papers on my research interests at the annual conference of the Association of Law Teachers, and the Legal Education section of the Society of Legal Scholars at which I am section convenor. My research interests include:
- Future of the legal profession
- Use of technology and developments in the legal service market
- Student well being