Senior Lecturer in Law
LLB Programme Leader
Family Law, Bioethics, Land Law, and Professionals in Practice.
Beverley has extensive teaching experience at undergraduate level. She is currently module leader for Family Law, Bioethics, Land Law and Professionals in Practice. Beverley has also taught to a wide array of audiences and delivered teaching to both business , health and journalism students.
Her research interests include Medical Law and Reproductive Ethics and Family and Child Law. She is a member of the Society of Legal Scholars, Postgraduate Legal Research Group and acts as a Reviewer of the Postgraduate Medical Journal within the British Medical Journal.
Beverley is currently in the process of completing her PhD by thesis. Her thesis is considered to be multi-disciplinary and focuses on the legal, medical, ethical, philosophical and scientific elements of Emergency Contraception.
Caddick, B. (2014), ‘What are the legal challenges proposed by Emergency Contraception in the 21st Century?’ Society of Legal Scholars Annual Conference, September 2014
Caddick, B (2014), ‘Personhood and Emergency Contraception’ Research and Innovation Conference, University of Bolton, June 2014
Caddick, B. (2014), ‘Legal Personhood and Emergency Contraception – Is there a link? Newcastle Law School Postgraduate Conference, University of Newcastle, April 2014
Caddick, B. (2013), ‘Emergency Contraception and the Law’ Graduate Research School Annual Conference 2013, University of Central Lancashire, July 2013
Caddick, B. (2011), ‘Legal and Moral dilemmas relating to the law of Abortion’, Lancashire Law School Research Workshop, University of Central Lancashire, November 2011
Caddick, B. (2011), ‘Contraception or Abortifacient?: The debate over the morning after pill’, European funded project (peer-reviewed) ‘Globalising European Bioethics Education’