Dr Victoria Trimble

 

Teaching Fellow

Birmingham Law School

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Contact details

Telephone 0121 414 9190

Fax 0121 414 3585

Email v.trimble@bham.ac.uk

Birmingham Law School
University of Birmingham
Edgbaston
Birmingham
B15 2TT
UK

About

Victoria Trimble is a teaching fellow in the Law of Contract, Introduction to the Study of Law, Public Law, Admininstrative Law and Constitutional Law. Her research has focused on the development of Anti-terrorist legislation, with regard to public law, criminal law, emergency law and concerns relating to civil liberties and human rights.

Feedback and office hours

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Qualifications

 

  • LLB (Hons) University of Bristol
  • Ph.D. University of Bristol 

Biography

Victoria completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Bristol in 2004. Upon graduation she worked in financial services. She then returned to the Law School at the University of Bristol to commence her Ph.D. research which examined the historical development of anti-terrorist legislation in the United Kingdom. She was awarded her Ph.D. in February 2011. Victoria has law to undergraduates and postgraduates at a number of institutions, including the University of Bristol, the University of Ulster at Magee and Jordanstown, and Queen’s University Belfast. 

Teaching

 

  • Introduction to the Study of Law (LLB)
  • Advanced Administrative Law (LLB)
  • Public Law (LLB)
  • Contract Law (LLB)
  • Advanced Constitutional Law (LLB)
  • Public Law (LLB) 

Research

Victoria’s research has focused on anti-terrorist legislation, emergency law and civil liberties and human rights. Her doctoral thesis examined the introduction and development of anti-terrorist legislation in the United Kingdom, from the emergence of agrarian violence and violent republican separatism in 18th Century Ireland, to the advent of the present threat from Islamist extremism, and sought to identify aspects of continuity and change within these phenomena.

She is currently working on projects that examine the recent changes to anti-terrorist legislation and emergency law in the United Kingdom. 

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