The Law School Staff
Details of support staff for schools across the university
Our staff have a breadth of experience in teaching and professional practice. Academics also have research expertise in their subject area.
Head of School
Professor Ken Mackinnon is Head of the Law School. He has taught a wide range of subjects including Jurisprudence, Legal Ethics, Tort Law, Social Security Law, Employment Law, Privacy Law, and Legal Systems.
Maggie Anderson is Head of Year 3 in the Law School and Lecturer in Law.
Craig Anderson is a Lecturer in the Law School specialising in the areas of Property Law and Conveyancing.
Sarah Arnell is a Lecturer in Law and qualified solicitor. Her teaching interests are in the areas of Employment Law and Delict.
Dr Paul Arnell is a Reader in Law. His research interests are within public international law, particularly in international criminal law, extradition, jurisdiction and human rights.
Val is a Lecturer in the Law School and has been a solicitor for 25 years working in both civil and criminal litigation.
Jonathan is a lecturer in the law school and the module co-ordinator for the Taxation Law programme.
David Christie is a lecturer in the Law School and a qualified solicitor.
Dr Sarah Christie is an Academic Strategic Lead in The Law School, and is responsible for all aspects of research and research students. Her interests are Criminal liability and responsibility; Medical Law and the Interface between Medical Law and Criminal Liability.
Hayley Christie is a lecturer in the Law School and a qualified solicitor.
Margaret Downie is an Academic Strategic Lead in The Law School.
Dr Elimma Ezeani is a Lecturer in Law at the Law School.
Bukola Faturoti is a lecturer in the Law School and Course Leader for the LLM/MSc Construction Law and Arbitration.
Lisa Gibbons-Wood is a Senior Lecturer in the Law School and course leader for the BA Law & Management and on campus LLB.
Dr David Hill is a Lecturer in the Law School, his principal teaching and research interests are in the area of private international law.
Jayne is a lecturer in the law school and the module co-ordinator for the Legal Framework course. She also teaches EU Law and Child Care Law.
Olufemi Ilesanmi is a Lecturer in Law at the Law School.
Uche is a lecturer in The Law School.
John Karllberg is a Lecturer in law at the Law School.
Dr Andrey Kotelnikov is a Lecturer in the Law School, he teaches a number of subjects at undergraduate and postgraduate level.
Kathrin is a Lecturer in the Law School.
Thorsten Lauterbach is a Teaching Fellow in the Law School and Learning Enhancement Co-ordinator (Postgraduate).
Olayinka Lewis is a lecturer in the Law School and a qualified solicitor.
Carole is a solicitor and a lecturer in law with teaching interests and related responsibilities in the area of European Union Law. She co-ordinates and teaches a number of EU Law modules at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
Dr Mante is a Lecturer and the Deputy Programme Leader for the LLM/MSc Construction and Arbitration Course at the Law school. His teaching and research interests are in Construction law and Dispute resolution.
Nicolas is a lecturer in Energy law and policy (module coordinator) and Dispute resolution in Oil and Gas contracting.
Gerry McGee is a solicitor and a Lecturer in Law. He is the Module Leader for the full time Legal Systems Module and Module leader for the online Constitutional Law Module.
Dr Moller is a lecturer in Oil and Gas Law specialising in Contract Law and Oil and Gas Contract Law. His research interests include: Public International Law, Law of the Sea, Energy and Natural Resources Law.
Caroline has been a Lecturer in the Law School since 2012.
Eric Ogilvie-Brown is a Lecturer in the Law School.
Jennifer Richmond is Lecturer in the Law School and Head of Year for Stage 1 of the LLB and Law and Management undergraduate courses.
Dr Hamish Ross is a Lecturer in the Law School.
Laura Sharp is a senior lecturer in the law School. Academic and professionals Skills development co-ordinator for law. Her research interests are in Criminal Justice & Criminal Law.
PhD Research Students
A Comparative Study Of Domestic Legislation In Scotland And Canada Relating To Child Sexual Exploitation Via New Technologies And Barriers To Prosecution.
Overhauling the Nigerian Tax Policy Regime: Does the adoption of regulated tax treaties serve to encourage FDI?
Thesis Title - The Stability in Oil & Gas Contracts and the Host Country’s National Interest: With a Special Reference to the Mozambican Stabilization Clause.