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Birmingham Law SchoolUniversity of Birmingham
Theresa started as a Postgraduate Teaching Assistant at Birmingham Law School and in 2011 she was appointed as a Teaching Fellow (TF). From September 2012 her TF position will be linked to the Law School’s Centre for Professional Legal Education and Research (CEPLER).
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Theresa has an undergraduate degree in Law and an LLM in Criminal Litigation and has been called to the Bar at Gray's Inn. Theresa first joined the Law School as a Postgraduate Teaching Assistant, teaching on the Obligations A (Contract Law) module. Prior to joining Birmingham Law School she was employed by the Crown Prosecution Service. Since September 2011 Theresa has worked in the Law School as a Teaching Fellow.
Her research and teaching interests are in Criminal Law, Criminal Justice and Criminology. Theresa’s current research focuses on the enforcement powers used to tackle anti-social behaviour.
Lynch, T. (2011) ‘The ASBO: Regulating Behaviour and Manipulating Law’, in K. Doolin, J. Child, J. Raine and A. Beech,Whose Criminal Justice? State or Community? (Waterside Press), 87 – 105.
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