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'I helped to develop a Rugby League training camp in South Africa'

When Eleanor Dobson studied the LLB Sports Law in Practice she had the chance to complete a placement at sports agency ProSport International in South Africa.

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Deborah Adshead

I teach on modules across the range of courses in Computing including Professionalism and Communication Skills, Business Solutions, Digital Marketing, Industrial Expertise, Project Management, Data Warehousing and Data Mining, Introduction to Requirements and Systems Modelling

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Thomas Bundschuh

Following my research interest in transitional justice and human rights, I pursued my doctoral research at the Transitional Justice Institute, University of Ulster, where I was awarded my PhD in International Law (Transitional Justice and Human Rights).

Qualifications for entry for students from Bangladesh

All of our courses require different levels of qualifications for entry and the details provided below are for guidance only

Qualifications for entry for students from Bangladesh

All of our courses require different levels of qualifications for entry and the details provided below are for guidance only.

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Andy Young

Module Leader (Level 7), Law and ethics for advanced practice, Due Regard Lead (Mental Health), Level 6 Manager, International CPD.

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Elizabeth Smart

Elizabeth recently joined Sheffield Hallam University as Principal Lecturer with particular responsibility for clinical legal education

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Chalen Westaby

Chalen received my PhD in Public International Law from the University of Derby and has been teaching at Sheffield Hallam University since 2008. Her PhD focused on the area of international legal history and looked at the development of the customary international law right of self-determination after the Second World War.

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James Marson

Dr Marson's first academic appointment was in 1997 where he was engaged as a research assistant at the Business School of Sheffield Hallam University. He worked on a research project funded by the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants investigating supply chains and non-vertical integration between organisations. In 2002 he moved to the University of Sheffield to complete research funded by the Department for Constitutional Affairs. He co-authored a research report investigating quality of advice and access to justice in the not-for-profit advice sector. In 2003 he was appointed Senior Lecturer in Commercial Law at Sheffield Hallam.

 

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