Angela Eggleton

Angela Eggleton

Birmingham Law School
Teaching Fellow in Law

Contact details

Birmingham Law School
University of Birmingham
B15 2TT

Angela Eggleton is a Teaching Fellow at Birmingham Law School. She is also an interdisciplinary researcher focussing on the regulation of emerging technologies for the circularisation of the economy. She recently published in Oxford University’s Centre for Socio-Legal Studies blog on her robotics research. As part of her research on the NERC project on robotics and law she organised and led an inter-disciplinary conference at the University with attendees from across the country in industry, academia, and government.

Angela’s experience with the Faraday ‘ReLib’ Project focussed on recycling lithium-ion electric vehicle batteries in which she engaged with the European Commission in Brussels and collaborated across different universities and individuals from departments such as business, economics, and metallurgy and materials.


Angela is a teaching fellow at Birmingham Law School on Land, Tort, and Public Law modules. She will also be teaching legal solutions and is lead for CEPLER’s Client Interview activities.


  • Land law
  • Tort Law
  • Public Law
  • Legal Solutions
  • CEPLER Client Interview Lead


  • Emerging technologies
  • Robotics
  • Environmental Law
  • Electric vehicles
  • Circular Economy


Recent publications


Eggleton, A 2023, Dr Robot: robotics and AI in healthcare. in J Tingle, C Milo, G Msiska & R Millar (eds), Research Handbook on Patient Safety and the Law . 1 edn, Research Handbooks in Health and Medical Law, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd., pp. 336-368.

Other contribution

Eggleton, A 2022, 'Lawyer' in the Lab: Navigating the 'Extreme Robotics Lab' as a Socio-Legal Researcher. Frontiers of Socio-Legal Studies, University of Oxford . <>

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