Jenny Papettas teaches Public Law and Tort Law on the undergraduate programmes at Birmingham and is currently undertaking doctoral research in the area of Conflict of Laws, looking specifically at issues of choice of law for Cross Border Road Traffic Accidents
Jenny undertook undergraduate studies in law at the University of Birmingham from 2001 - 2004. After graduating she took up a position at Irwin Mitchell in Birmingham as a fee earner in International Travel Litigation, eventually leaving to take up a post teaching law to sixth form students. Jenny returned to the University of Birmingham in 2009 as a Postgraduate Teaching Assistant. As a PTA Jenny teaches on both the Public Law and Tort Law Undergraduate modules and is conducting research for a PhD thesis in the area of Conflict of Laws, looking specifically at issues of choice of law for Cross Border Road Traffic Accidents.
J. Papettas 'Direct Actions Against Insueres of Intra-Community Cross-Border Traffic Accidents: Rome II and the Motor Insurance Directives' (2012) Journal of Private International Law, 297.