Search results for 'Law' (8)
A practical lawyer with a keen interest in all aspects of criminal and civil litigation, legal skills and assessment, learning and teaching.
Dr Agata Fijalkowski
Originally from Chicago, Dr Agata Fijalkowski is Reader at Leeds Law School. She joined Leeds Beckett in July 2019. Agata has written extensively about judiciaries in post-Communist Europe. Her research is distinctly interdisciplinary.
Dr Victoria Hamlyn
Victoria joined Leeds Law School in June 2019 and is a graduate of the Universities of Plymouth (LLB, PhD, PGCAP) and Exeter (LLM).
Dr Anna Kawalek
Dr. Kawalek is currently the leading expert on Therapeutic Jurisprudence in the UK. She is also co-founder and co-chair of the UK Chapter for Therapeutic Jurisprudence. She is also trustee and a member of the Advisory Board for the International Society of Therapeutic Jurisprudence, and is currently developing her publications in this area and writing a book on problem-solving courts and drug courts in England and Wales.
Anna's academic career began at Sheffield Hallam University in 2015, where she began work as an Associate Lecturer and Doctoral Researcher. After completing her PhD in 2017, Anna was more recently appointed as a Law Lecturer at Leeds Beckett Law School. She was appointed to focus on her research outputs and to develop of the teaching and learning on the LLB and GDL programmes.
Jenni TaylorJenni is a Senior Lecturer at Leeds Law School, qualified Solicitor (non-practising) specialising in property law and conveyancing and a Fellow of the HEA. Jenni teaches on the Undergraduate Law LL.B degree and the Legal Practice Course.
Dr Nirmala Pillay joined Leeds Beckett University in February 2019 as Reader and Post Graduate Course Director Academic. Her main work is in philosophy and International Human Rights Law. Nirmala studied philosophy and law in the UK, Netherlands (Leiden) and South Africa. She has taught philosophy and law in Universities in South Africa, New Zealand, the United States and United Kingdom.
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.