Principal Lecturer in Employment and Equality Law
School of Humanities
School of Law
Stephen was previously an Employment Law Partner in a large commercial law firm. He has extensive experience of advising both employers and employees, including substantial Employment Tribunal litigation and advocacy.
He has since taught law in a number of universities at both undergraduate and postgraduate level, including on the Legal Practice Course. He has been consistently nominated by students for a number of awards including Outstanding Lecturer, Outstanding Personal Tutor and Module Excellence.
He has a particular interest in client interviewing skills and supports students to compete in national competitions. He still retains a practising certificate to advise members of the public in the University’s Legal Advice Centre.
LLB Law (Hons)
PgDip Law and Employment Relations
MPS (Master’s in Political Management)
Solicitor of the Senior Courts of England & Wales
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy