Doctoral researchers

Andrew Bell

Andrew Bell

Postgraduate Teaching Associate

Title of thesis: An arm and a leg: 'Compensation' and damages awards for non-pecuniary losses in the tort of negligence.

Supervisors: Dr Claire McIvor

Joe Brierley

Joe Brierley

Doctoral researcher

Title of thesis: Organ donation from children: An ethical and legal exploration

Supervisors: Dr Sheelagh McGuinness and Dr Angus Dawson

Seb Eskauriatza

Seb Eskauriatza

Postgraduate Teaching Associate

Title of thesis: The jus post bellum and peace agreements - An investigation into the relationship between the Colombian peace process and the new lex pacificatoria.

Supervisors: Professor Rob Cryer and Dr Gavin Byrne

Sophie Gallop

Sophie Gallop

Postgraduate Teaching Associate

Title of thesis: Torture and the Exhaustion of Domestic Remedies Rule, under the Optional Protocol to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights

Supervisors: Dr Rosa Freedman and Dr Julian Lonbay

Tiffany Kwok

Postgraduate Teaching Associate

Title of thesis: Export Cartels: Filling the Gap in International Competition Policy

Supervisor: Dr Luca Rubini

Amy Lawton

Amy Lawton

Postgraduate Teaching Associate

Title of thesis: Environmental taxation as a form of environmental protection: Implementing the second phase of the Carbon Reduction Commitment

Supervisors: Steven Vaughan and Penelope Tuck

Jaime Lindsey

Jaime Lindsey

Postgraduate Teaching Associate

Title of thesis: A critical analysis of the test for mental capacity in English Law – autonomy, sexual activity and a move towards supported decision-making

Supervisors: Dr Rosie Harding and Professor Marie Fox

Kirsty Moreton

Doctoral researcher

Title of thesis: The Feminist Ethics of Care and Healthcare Decision-Making involving Children

Supervisors: Professor Marie Fox and Dr Sheelagh McGuinness

Zainab Naqvi

Visiting Lecturer

Title of thesis: Big Love or Big Problem? Feminist perspectives on the legal recognition of polygamy in English law

Supervisors:  Dr Rosie Harding

Funding: ESRC

Rehana Parveen

Postgraduate Teaching Associate

Rehana Parveen is a former solicitor and former senior tutor at The College of Law, having taught both the LPC and BPTC courses. Rehana is currently a Phd student of the University of Birmingham and her research project is in the area of Islamic/Shariah law and its place in English law, particularly with regards to matrimonial and family disputes.