University of Nottingham Legal Team

Thanks to its friendly sponsors, LawSoc is also able to offer the largest and most frequent social activities on campus at the most affordable prices. LawSoc also has the best sports teams on campus. Our basketball, rugby, hockey, netball, volleyball and soccer teams are a force to be reckoned with every weekend. Most importantly, LawSoc is a channel of support for its members and the wider community. In addition to attending charity events, from teaching children to running marathons, the LawSoc adoption program is one of the university`s oldest and most successful in-house mentoring programs and speaks to the belief that LawSoc is essentially one big family. Jackie HallattLegal Services AdministratorEmail: hours: Mon – Tue (8am – 1pm), Wed – Fri (8.30am – 3pm)Other contacts: James Ferguson James Ferguson ParalegalsWork Areas: OIA, General Employment Legal Support, General Litigation Support Email: Working hours: Mon – FrAlternative contacts: Emma Harriet studied law with Southeast Asian law at University of Nottingham before completing a legal internship at Rolls Royce PLC and graduating from LPC at Kaplan Law School. She completed her training contract at PricewaterhouseCoopers Legal LLP and then worked for four years as a dispute resolution lawyer at Rosling King LLP. Harriet joined the University of Law in 2019 and teaches dispute resolution and other modules at LPC and GDL. Rose is a senior tutor who teaches in LLB, GDL, MA and CAP programs with an interest in criminal justice and human rights.

She is co-responsible for the module for LLB Criminal Law. Rose will soon be completing her PhD at Birmingham City University, having also completed a PG Certificate in Research Methods, an LLM in Human Rights and Justice from Nottingham Trent University and an LLB from the University of Sheffield. She graduated as a lawyer in New York City in 2013, spent most of 2017 interning at the Arizona Capital Representation Project, and was an emerging scholar-in-residence at the Library of Congressional Law in Washington, DC in 2019. In addition to her legal training, Rose also has extensive experience as an educator, is a member of the Academy of Higher Education and holds a PGCE from the University of Derby. After graduating with a first-class degree in law and management science and passing the LPC`s predecessor at ULaw, Helen graduated as a lawyer. She worked for several years in private practice as a litigator, notably at Hammond Suddards (now Squire Patton Boggs). Helen then turned to legal education and taught for many years at Nottingham Law School, leading its Commercial Litigation module and teaching in the LPC, GDL and LLb programmes. Helen joined ULaw in 2019 and is the Program Director and Student for the LPC, teaching Dispute Resolution at LPC and Tort Liability at LLb. Beena Adatia Directrice des services juridiques commerciauxAvocatDomaines de pratique juridique: Commercial, Approvisionnement Courriel: hours: Mon – Thu Alternative contacts: Kate Gallagher, Iram Kiani, James FergusonEmma Conseillère juridique GCILExDomaines de pratique juridique: Étudiant, Litige, CMA, Aptitude à exercer, OIA Case Work, Inquêts Courriel: hours: Lu – fr Alternative contacts: Kate Gallagher, James Ferguson, Iram Kiani Kate Gallagher Général Counsel/Director of Legal Services Solicitor (1998)Legal Practice Areas: Employment, Regulatory, Student, LitigationEmail: hours: Tue, Wed and Fri Alternative contacts: Beena Adatia, James Ferguson Mat heads the Centre`s employment law service and handles cases on a wide range of labour law matters, both contentious and non-contentious. Mat supervises students working with the Nottingham Free Representation Unit. It also works with a number of employers in the preparation of their job manuals and provides seminar updates for SMEs and charities. Mat is part of the Centre`s operational management team, contributing to the development and training of students who work with us on honorable modules.