Mrs Charlotte Harrison
Employability and Enterprise Coordinator, Principal Lecturer
I am a Principal Lecturer in Portsmouth Law School. My teaching focuses on contract law and tort law. I have research interests in graduate employability and experiential learning.
I joined the University in 2007 as a Senior Lecturer, having previously worked as a solicitor specialising in commercial contracts and data protection. Between 2011 and 2018, I carried out a number of leadership roles within the Law School, including Associate Head, Director of UG Law Programmes, and Director of Clinical Legal Education & Employability. Since January 2018, I have been seconded to the Faculty of Business & Law as the Employability & Enterprise Coordinator.
My research interests focus on sustainable graduate employability and experiential learning. I am a part time student on the University of Portsmouth's Professional Doctorate in Education (EdD).
My current teaching focuses on contract law and tort law. I have previously taught English legal system, medical law, and business law. I have also designed and delivered master classes and taster sessions in Contract Law to MBA students and Part 3 Architecture students.