Public Law, Media Law and Tort. Interests include comparative law approaches including civil and common law.
Current School Responsibilities:
I have taught law at USW for 20 years having also included a period as tutor at Cardiff Law School in my overall teaching experience. I have been external examiner for a number of institutions and programmes and an external member for a number of validation panels for law degree providers (Universities of Southampton, Bournemouth and West of England and St.Mary’s University College). I have spent a number of years as Visiting Professor at the University of Paris (Paris X).
Selected Publications from 2010
2014 The Rise and Fall of Légitimè: an English Comparator (with Prof. M. Thomas), Journal on European History of Law (10000 words) ISSN: 2042-6402. (August 2014).
2014 The Most Transparent (Government) Ever: Evans v Attorney General; (2014) Communications Law Vol. 19(2) 63 – 65. ISSN 1746-7616
2013 The Future of Légitimè – Vive La Difference 2013 Vol. 17 Jersey & Guernsey Law Review 305 – 315. ISSN 1366-9354
2012 Some Brief Thoughts on Public Interest: Flood v Times Newspapers (2012) Communications Law Vol. 17(3) 98 – 101 ISSN 1746-7616
2012 Choice & Risk in Pensions: Contracting Out in the UK (with Prof. M. Thomas), (2012) Social & Public Policy Review, Vol. 6 (1) 1 – 19. ISSN 1752 – 704X.
2010 Investigating Corruption – Application of the Reynolds Defence to Print and On-Line Reports; Flood v Times Newspapers Ltd. (2010) Communications Law Vol. 15(2) 116 – 119 ISSN 1746-7616
2013 Communications Law Journal (August) Vol. 18 (3) 2013 ISSN 1746-7616
2012 Communications Law Journal (August) Vol. 17 (3) 2012 ISSN 1746-7616
Member of the Society of Legal Scholars
Visiting Professor, Université Paris, Ouest Nanterre, La Défense (Paris X).
Visiting Lecturer, University of W. Bohemia, Czech Republic
Member of Editorial Board, Communications Law Journal.
Law and Social & Public Policy; Pensions Law; Media Law & Tort Law
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