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Richard Law

Senior Lecturer in Law

Studying, practising and teaching Law has proved to be both interesting and challenging. I endeavour to inculcate students with my enthusiasm. Chevron icon


Immediately before teaching in Higher Education, I worked as a practising solicitor, specialising in personal injury litigation. My interest in teaching developed and now I enjoy the challenge of conveying legal concepts and assisting students in enhancing their learning techniques. I am involved in advising students on potential careers. I also encourage students to participate in inter-university moot competitions. A moot is an appeal and students represent the respective parties and present their arguments to a judge.


  • LLB (Hons): Degree in Law, Bristol University, 1968
  • Solicitor: Solicitor of the Supreme Court, The Law Society, 1972


Assisting students with mooting.

Membership of professional bodies

The Law Society

Teaching & Research


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.

External responsibilities

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

Subject for media interview

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