Jingchen Zhao a Professor of Law at Nottingham Law School. Jingchen’s research specialism is within corporate law, corporate social responsibility and corporate governance.
Mark is a senior lecturer at Nottingham Law School. He teaches International Criminal Justice (LLB and LLM), International, European and Comparative Law (LLB) and European Union Law (GDL). Mark is the Course Leader for the LLB International Law course.
Loretta is a Professor in Criminology and Criminal Justice at Nottingham Law School.
Dr Helen O’Nions is an Associate Professor of law, responsible for doctoral education in NLS. Her research interests are European asylum policy, refugee protection, and minority rights with particular emphasis on the rights of the Roma, Gypsies and travelling people. Helen is interested in critical legal studies and socio-legal methodologies. Helen is the author of Asylum: A Right Denied, Routledge (2014) and Minority Rights Protection in International law. The Roma of Europe, Ashgate (2007).
Vasileios Adamidis, Nottingham Law School, research-active in the field of Legal History
Dr Ruth Brittle is a lecturer at Nottingham Law School with research interests in children's rights, refugee and asylum law and international human rights. She is a non-practising Solicitor.
Associate Professor Dr Janice Denoncourt Intellectual Property, Finance and Corporate Governance (2018) Routledge Taylor Francis
Dr Emma Ireton is an Associate Professor in Law at Nottingham Law School. Her research specialism is public inquiry law and procedure and the focus of her work is on bridging the gap between legal academia and practice.
Alex is the Head of Postgraduate Portfolio at Nottingham Law School, encompassing the Legal Practice Course, the Barristers Training Course, the Postgraduate Diploma in Law and the Academic Masters.
Dr Richard Watkins joined Nottingham Law School as Lecturer in Law in September 2019. Richard completed his PhD in Law at the University of Nottingham. His research, funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council, focused on the question of how to guarantee soldiers' right to life under Article 2 of the European Convention on Human Rights. At NLS Richard teaches Trusts, Land and International, European and Comparative Law on the undergraduate LLB programmes. Richard is deputy course leader of the Postgraduate Diploma in Law and teaches the Law of Trusts module on that course. Richard is also module leader for GDL research projects.
The following members of staff are also currently engaged in supervising postgraduate research students:
- Dr Adam Buick
- Dr Wei Chuyi
- Dr Graham Ferris
- Dr Daniel Gough
- Dr Kemi Olorundami
- Dr Kirsty Welch