Senior Lecturer in Law
Business School Postgraduate Research Coordinator
I now have nearly 20 years’ teaching experience on various law and non-law degree programmes, and prior to that was involved in investment banking, specialising in compliance and legal issues in insider dealing and market abuse.
Current areas of academic interest include corporate fraud and differing pedagogical delivery methods and retention issues relating to law-based programmes, while I am also presently supervising a PhD thesis which investigates Anglo-American perspectives on the problems posed by fraud trials.
From Caught to Court: The Problems Associated with Fraud Trials – University of Bolton Conference on Research and Innovation, September 2009