You will be taught by the following academic staff
The LLM Global Commercial Law qualification is a collaboration between the Malaysian Bar Council and the Department of Law and Criminology at Sheffield Hallam University.
After completion of her undergraduate degree in Sport Development and Coaching, Hannah Pike decided to continue studying at Hallam, taking an LLM International Sports Law.
I am currently Lecturer in Human Rights & Course Leader MA & LLM Applied Human Rights
I qualified as a solicitor in 2000 and in terms of practice experience I have worked in both private practice and also as an in-house legal adviser in local government. For instance, as part of Manchester City Council's Legal Department I advised the Council on the contracts needed for the 2002 Commonwealth Games.
As PDP coordinator I lead, develop and coordinate activities regarding Progress Files for our students.
I am Module Leader for the Law in Practice, Legal Skill and Research and the Dissertation modules on the LLM in International Commercial Law. I am also the Module Leader for Forensic Criminology 2: Issues in Policy and Practice module on the MSc Forensic Criminology Course. I am also joint module lead for the Academic and Legal Foundations module on the LLB degree. In additional to leadership roles, I teach on the Policing, Forensic Criminology 1: Conceptual and Methodological Issues modules as well as being a dissertation supervisor on the LLB, LLM, Criminology and MSc degrees.
Teacher on Undergraduate programme (EU Law), Post-graduate programme (LLM International Commercial Law).
As a Principal Lecturer I provide professional and academic leadership in a number of areas including learning, teaching and assessment, curriculum development, research and other forms of scholarly activity