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Led by Campus Dean Sarah Ramsey, our lecturers are dedicated to bringing their real-life experience in practice into the classroom, providing our students with genuine insight into the subject matter. Each of our students are assigned an academic coach and have regular one-to-one meetings where they can get advice on the course and career aspirations. As lecturers are based in our campuses they operate an ‘open door’ policy, so students can talk to them whenever they need to.

Sarah Ramsey, Campus Dean at The University of Law Birmingham campus
Sarah Ramsey
Campus Dean

Sarah has an LLB (Hons) from Reading University, LPC from ULaw, Postgraduate Diploma in Family Law from MMU and an MA in Educational Leadership & Management from Nottingham University. She is now studying for a Professional Doctorate in Education at The University of Birmingham and is part of the University’s Widening Participation and Access Committee. Sarah previously practised as a family lawyer with Forbes Solicitors in Lancashire and has gone on to teach across several programmes and subjects at the University.

 

Harriet Pearce, Campus Manager at The University of Law Nottingham campus
Harriet Pearce
Campus Manager

Harriet studied Law with South East Asian Law at the University of Nottingham before doing a legal internship at Rolls Royce PLC and completing the LPC at Kaplan Law School. She completed her training contract at PricewaterhouseCoopers Legal LLP and then practised as a dispute resolution solicitor for four years at Rosling King LLP. Harriet joined The University of Law in 2019 and teaches Dispute Resolution and other modules on the LPC and GDL.

Imogen Hamblin, Tutor at The University of Law Nottingham
Imogen Hamblin
Lecturer

Imogen is a Lecturer who teaches across the LLB, GDL, BPC and LPC programmes, with interests in commercial law, employment and human rights. Imogen trained as a barrister in 2009 and is a member of the Inner Temple. She cross-qualified to a solicitor in 2015 working as an Employment Lawyer and Tribunal Advocate. Imogen specialises in human rights and therefore has developed her practice supporting minority groups in discrimination and high-profile whistleblowing claims. In addition to her legal work, Imogen is passionate about diversity and inclusion in the legal profession. She is also the LGBT+ representative on the Committee of the Law Society.