Meet our Staff

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  • Dr Petra Minnerop-Röben

    Lecturer in Law, Erasmus Coordinator for the School of Law

    Petra Minnerop-R öben  was educated at the Universities of G öttingen and Newcastle-upon-Tyne. She holds a Ph.D in International law from the University of Göttingen. Her book on ‘Pariah States in International Law?’ received the prize for the best Ph.D thesis from the University of  G öttingen.

  • Jill Molloy

    Senior Lecturer, LLB Year 1 Tutor, Module Leader for Evidence, Proof and Argument

    Jill Molloy is a Senior Lecturer in Law, and LLB Year 1 Tutor. She is the module leader for Evidence, Proof and Argument and co-teaches the lectures in Criminal Law on the LLB.

  • Alec Morris

    Teaching Fellow

    Alec Morris is a Teaching Fellow in Law. He teaches Equity & Trusts on the LL.B and GDL programmes, where he is Module Leader for both, and also teaches Land Law (LL.B).

  • Chipo Mwale

    LLM Programme Director (International Human Rights and International Business Law); Senior Lecturer

    Chipo Mwale is Programme Director for LLM International Human Rights and also a Senior Lecturer in the School of Law. She currently teaches the following courses: LL.B.; LL.M. Corporate and Business Law; LLM International Human Rights; BA Joint Honours Programme (Business Law Pathway).

  • Hayley Mynard-Gates

    Lecturer in Law

    Hayley Mynard-Gates joined the School of Law in 2015. 

  • Dragan Plavsic

    Senior Lecturer in Law

    Dragan Plavsic joined the School of Law in 2011. 

  • Dr Panayotis Protopsaltis

    Research Fellow

    Panayotis Protopsaltis is a research fellow at the Centre for American Legal Studies.  He has conducted research, contributed to publications and taught international law and international economic law at universities in Greece, France and in India.

  • Dr Anne Richardson Oakes

    Associate Professor and Director: Centre for American Legal Studies

    Dr Anne Richardson Oakes is an Associate Professor  in American Legal Studies in Birmingham City University's School of Law.  She currently teaches US Constitutional Law, Public Law, and Equity and Trusts.

  • Sonya Smith

    Deputy Head of the School of Law (Academic Programme Development)

    Sonya Smith is Deputy Head of the School of Law (Academic Programme Development) at Birmingham City University. Prior to joining the University Sonya was previously a solicitor dealing first of all with family law matters, then moving into employers’ liability and personal injury claims.

  • Janet Spence

    Senior Lecturer in Law

    Janet Spence first studied Law at Birmingham City University and following post-graduate studies, she qualified as a solicitor. She practiced in many area of Law, latterly property law, before switching to academia at Staffordshire University where she gained extensive teaching and managerial experience.

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