Search results for 'Law' (4)
A practical lawyer with a keen interest in all aspects of criminal and civil litigation, legal skills and assessment, learning and teaching.
Professor Stephen Wagg
Stephen Wagg joined the Carnegie Faculty in 2006 and was made a professor in 2008. He teaches courses on the history and politics of sport and on the mass media.
Julian is a practising solicitor who combines being a partner in a North Yorkshire firm of solicitors with being a lecturer at Leeds Beckett. His primary areas of expertise are in International Law, European law and Family Law.
Professor Simon Robinson
Simon Robinson is professor of Applied and Professional Ethics, director of the Research Centre for Governance, Leadership and Global Responsibility, Editor-in-Chief Journal of Global Responsibility, and senior editor of the Palgrave book series on Governance, Leadership and Responsibility.