Dr Malkani researches and teaches in the fields of human rights and criminal justice, with a particular focus on the death penalty. He is the Co-ordinator of Birmingham Law School’s Pro Bono Group, which he established in 2009. The Pro Bono Group provides free legal services for the local community, and enables students to gain experience of the law in practice, to complement ...
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Dr Mapp's key area of specialism is the human rights regime of criminal procedures particularly sentencing. As part of her professional service, she has advised the Uganda Law Reform Commission on the development of sentencing guidelines for Judicial Officers, and provided technical expertise on the drafting of The Constitution (Sentencing Guidelines For Courts Of Judicature) (Practice) ...
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Christina Martin joined the Law School as a Research Assistant following the completion of her LLM in Criminology and Criminal Justice from University College Dublin.
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Dr McGuffin returned to Birmingham Law School as a teaching fellow in 2014 having completed his PhD at the University of Nottingham. Primarily a human rights lawyer, Kieren’s research focusses on irregular migration and the intersection between human rights and environmental law.
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Dr Sheelagh McGuinness is a Birmingham Fellow based in the Centre for Health Law, Science & Policy, at Birmingham Law School. Her research interests span law and bioethics (particularly reproduction, medical migration, and disability) focusing on the interplay between law, ethics, and policy.
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Professor of Health Care Law
Professor Jean McHale researches and writes in the area of Health Care law. She has written several key works in the field and participated on several external policy committees. She is the Director of the Centre for Health Law, Science & Policy at Birmingham Law School and is one of the academic directors of the University of Birmingham Policy Commission, Healthy Ageing in the 21st ...
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Dr Claire McIvor is a tort lawyer whose main research interests are: (i) liability for the acts of others (both vicarious and non-vicarious); (ii) public authority liability in negligence (particularly police liability), and more recently, (iii) legal applications of Epidemiology.
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Dr Leon McRae’s is a mental health lawyer; his research primarily explores the legal and medical regulation of psychopathy. He also looks at the framing of responsibility in the criminal law, particularly in respect of developments in neuroscientific research. Leon is also interested in aspects of Healthcare Law, continental philosophy, socio-legal theory, criminological theories ...
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Dr. Christine Meyer lectures in European Human Rights Law and European Competition Law. She researches in the field of Human Rights. Her PhD Menschenrechte in Afrika – Regionaler Menschenrechtsschutz als Herausforderung an menschenrechtliches Universalitätsdenken(Human Rights in Africa – Regional Human Rights Protection Challenging the Idea of Human Rights ...
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Emeritus Professor of Law
Professor Miller read Law at the University of Nottingham where he graduated with a BA (Law) and subsequently an LLM written under the supervision of Professor J C (later Sir John) Smith. He then qualified at the Bar ( Lincoln’s Inn) and is currently a Door Tenant at Henderson Chambers in London.
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Professor of Corporate and Tax Law
Professor Geoffrey Morse is the general editor of Palmer’s Company Law and the author of several books and articles on company law, tax law and partnership amd LLP law.
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Dr Katharina Möser teaches company and contract law. Her research interests are in the areas of company, insolvency and comparative law.
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