Post

Associate Lecturer in Law

Teaching Responsibilities

Law of Contract, Public Law, Dissertations, Mooting and Interviewing and English Legal Skills

Additional responsibilities include strategic planning, AGC for recruitment and retention, in addition to being the enhanced personal tutor within the School of Law

Overview

Zaman is an Associate Lecturer with teaching responsibilities in the Law of Contract and Public Law at the School of Law.

He graduated with an LL.B from the University of Central Lancashire in 2009, before going on to complete his LL.M at the same institution in 2012. During this period, Zaman had teaching responsibilities at The University of Central Lancashire and then Edge Hill University, where he taught Legal Obligations, Public Law and European Union Law.  

After graduating with an LL.M, Zaman went on to work as a legal costs consultant for a leading firm of solicitors, providing advice to corporate clients on reducing their legal costs liabilities/indemnity spend in addition to assisting in the conduct of Part 8 litigation (where required).

Zaman is also a doctoral candidate, having commenced PhD study in 2016.  His research interests lie predominantly in intellectual property law from a sporting perspective.  

Recent Publications

Publications:

Kala, Z. (2012), ‘Legislation to counter ambush marketing at the 2012 Olympics: A proportionate response?’, S.L. Rev. 2012, 66(Sum), 50-52

Kala, Z. (2012), ‘Guilty Until Proven Innocent: The “Olympic” element of the Advertising Regulations for the London 2012 Olympic Games’, I.S.L.J, 2012, 1/2, 66-68

Conferences:

Zaman Kala ‘The Legal Regulation of Ambush Marketing at major Sporting Events’ 1st AUE International Research Conference, Dubai, 2017

Paul Fryer, Zaman Kala and Beverley Caddick, ‘An Evaluation Between Law Student ‘Rights’ and Assessor Expectations’, ALT Annual Conference, Portsmouth, 2017

Zaman Kala, ‘Ambush Marketing, the Olympics and Intellectual Property Law: A Critique’, Lancashire Law School postgraduate research seminar, November 2011