Staff Profiles: Richard Law

Richard Law

Staff Profile: Richard Law
Senior Lecturer in Law

Richard Law

Richard Law

Senior Lecturer in Law

Accounting, Finance and Law

Richard primarily teaches Tort, Legal Studies Skills together with the English Legal System and also Lawyers' Skills. He has legal practice experience in criminal matters and, to a certain extent, in civil matters.

Biography

Before teaching in Higher Education, Richard worked in private practice and also for a Building Society. He currently teaches Tort, Legal Studies Skills together with the English Legal Systemand also Lawyers' Skills.

Qualifications

Award Title Institution Date
LLB (Hons) Degree in Law Bristol University 1968
Solicitor Solicitor of the Supreme Court The Law Society 1972

Awards

Assisting students with mooting.

Membership of professional bodies

The Law Society

Teaching and research

Teaching

Tort, Legal Studies Skills together with the English Legal System and Lawyers' Skills. Teaching methods include groupwork, small group sessions, mooting and lectures involving an interactive approach where appropriate.

Level

Undergraduate

External responsibilities

I present a Community Radio Show each week which reflects my love of music - my taste in music is eclectic.

Subjects for media interviews

All of the subjects which I teach. Also, my involvement in Community Radio which is entirely different.

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