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Safina Din

Senior Lecturer and Link Tutor for HND Legal Studies

School of Law
0121 331 6644

Safina Din is a Senior Lecturer in Law who teaches Skills, Criminal Law, Human Rights Law and Asylum and Immigration on the LLB programme. She also teaches Legal Processes with Criminal Law on the BA Criminal Investigations Programme and Refugees and the Law on the LLM IHR programme. In addition she is involved with interviewing and advising on the Legal Practice Course.

Safina has been with the University since 2003, and originally qualified as a solicitor back in 1999. She has been involved with several high profile cases including the miscarriage of justice case of John Marcus Roberts, who had his conviction for murder quashed on appeal. Safina still does various freelance consultancy work for Licensed Conveyancers, and OCS Examining ICS Learning.

Her current areas of interest are in:

  • The ethical debate surrounding the law and morality of the use of sexual imagery in the advertising industry
  • The treatment of unaccompanied asylum seeking children in the United Kingdom
  • Community justice
  • Gender and the law (female circumcision and forced marriage)

Areas of Expertise