As a Senior Lecturer, teaching over a broad portfolio of subjects both to undergraduate and post-graduate students, namely, LLB Tort and Land Law and LPC Business Law. I am also joint module leader for the LLB Tort module. I supervise dissertations / projects from several courses, both undergraduate and post-graduate. I also act as a personal tutor to undergraduate students.
Originally qualified and worked as a solicitor in Manchester for two leading commercial firms.
Left legal practice to join Nottingham Trent, during which time I was instrumental in developing many of the commercial elements of what was then known as the “City LPC”. Left to join the College of Law (now University of Law), assuming roles related to LPC course design.
Returned to Nottingham Trent in order to assume a wider pedagogic role.
The focus of my research is company and insolvency law. I have published several articles in these areas, the most recent considering the status of landlords in the winding up of corporate tenants. I also generate the publications set out below on an annual basis
Several external examinerships held; most recently, external Examiner for the LPC at the University of West of England
The law of private companies and their operation and regulation.
The insolvency of private companies.