Matthew is Head of Postgraduate Programmes and Principal Lecturer in European Union Law for Nottingham Law School.
Matthew has a growing reputation in both legal education and education generally as an expert in the use of educational technology and the impact that such technologies can have on student engagement and outcomes. He currently holds two high profile national educational technology awards - The Association of Law Teachers Teaching Law with Technology Prize 2014 and a Highly Commended ALT Learning Technologist of the Year Award 2014.
Matthew also has research interests in the area of EU law generally with a particular focus upon free movement within the internal market and EU competition law.
Matthew is an active member of the following research centres:
- Centre for Legal Education
- Centre for Conflict, Rights and Justice.
Matthew has authored a number of academic texts in the area of European Union Law and was recently noted as an expert contributor to a report for the European Commission (Study on the application of Regulation 1206/2001 on the Taking of Evidence across Member States (June 2012)).
Matthew also presents papers at both national and international conferences on legal education and educational technology.See all of Matthew J. Homewood's publications...
Matthew offers expert comment on European Union law: Free movement of goods and persons within the Internal market, EU citizenship, competition law, EU institutions, principles of direct effect, indirect effect and Member State liability.
Matthew also offers expert comment on the use of digital technologies in legal education and education generally.