Dr Jessica Guth
Jess is a legal academic with particular interests in legal education and pedagogy as well as in EU law and policy. She has experience designing courses and modules and teaching across undergraduate and postgraduate course. She has taught across the curriculum including subjects such as EU Law, Public Law, Contract Law, English Legal System, Legal Skills, Employment Law as well as on socio-legal modules such Law and Society, Law and Literature and Gender, Sexuality and Law. Jess have also supervised postgraduate research students
Jess’ research interests are in two distinct areas. The first is around gender and EU Law and particular the impact gender has on the work of the Court of Justice of the EU. Some of this work has been published in a monograph by Routledge (joint with Dr Sanna Elfving).
The second research area is legal education broadly conceived and Jess has published on pedagogy, the impact of changes to legal education and training and on academic identity.