Jo Boylan-Kemp is shortlisted for 2016 Law Teacher of the Year Award

Jo Boylan-Kemp, a Principal Lecturer at Nottingham Law School, is one of the finalists in the 2016 Law Teacher of the Year Award.

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Jo Boylan-Kemp nominated for Law Teacher of the Year Award

We’re delighted to announce that Jo Boylan-Kemp, a Principal Lecturer at Nottingham Law School, is one of the finalists in the 2016 Law Teacher of the Year Award. This is a great and well-deserved achievement.

This award, sponsored by Oxford University Press, is now in its ninth year. Nominations were submitted by students and colleagues to highlight high standards of teaching and to recognise staff who make an exceptional contribution to legal education.

Jo has previously taught across all years of the undergraduate law degree and is currently teaching Criminal Law and Law of Evidence. Jo has also spent many years as the undergraduate Mistress of the Moot.

Jo is one of six finalists who will now enter the second stage of the competition. Each of the finalists will be observed teaching, and interviews will be held with students and colleagues, as well as the candidates themselves, in order to establish their full contribution as a law teacher.

The winner will be announced at a one-day conference in the summer, celebrating excellence in law teaching.

Congratulations to Jo – and good luck!

Jo Boylan-Kemp is shortlisted for 2016 Law Teacher of the Year Award

Published on 5 February 2016
  • Category: Press; Nottingham Law School

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