Pamela is a senior lecturer at Nottingham Law School, and the course leader for the Professional Doctorate in Legal Practice.
Pamela has taught across a range of subjects at all levels, from undergraduate, to postgraduate, research and practitioner level, including:
- LPC: Business Law and Practice; Tax; Public Companies and Equity Finance; Debt Finance and Banking; Business Accounts; Written and Oral Skills
- GDL: Equity and the Law of Trusts; Contract Law
- LLB: Equity and the Law of Trusts; Legal Method
- Prof Cert TMP & ITMA Intensive: Interviewing and Advocacy
- Research skills e.g. project proposals, critical literature reviews, qualitative methodologies, data gathering and analysis, thesis and viva preparation
She also supervises students on research-based courses.
Pamela was a solicitor with Nabarro before joining Nottingham Law School. Her practice experience includes corporate finance, commercial property and mining law.
Pamela is a member of the NLS Centre for Legal Education
Pamela's main area of research interest is legal education, especially at the vocational and practitioner career stages. She was commissioned by the Solicitors' Regulation Authority to undertake a comprehensive, research-based review of its CPD Framework for solicitors.
Pamela's research also involves work on SCALE-UP and higher education pedagogies.
- Legal education, including pedagogy, regulation and reform – undergraduate, postgraduate and practitioner levels
- Workplace learning, especially in relation to early career lawyers
- Routes to qualification
- Continuing professional development for lawyers