Our Staff

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  • Sheikh Sela

    Lecturer in Law & Associate Course Director for Foundation Year in Law

    Throughout her career, Sheikh Sela has worked with students of all abilities across various clinical and health related programmes, and currently teaches on the LLB and LPC courses at Birmingham City University’s School of Law.

  • Shalpreet Singh

    Assistant Lecturer in Law

    Shalpreet Singh is an Assistant Lecturer in Law at Birmingham City University, UK. She graduated with a First Class Bachelor of Laws with Honours from Birmingham City University. She achieved a Distinction in her Master of Laws in Commercial Law from the University of Birmingham, and she is a Bar Practice Course graduate. ...

  • Laura Smillie

    Lecturer in Law

    Laura Smillie is a Lecturer in Law, at Birmingham City University.  She teaches on Tort Law, Medical Law and Integrated Research Project on the LLB. Laura also teaches Law of Obligations, and Independent Research Project on the PGDL.

  • Sonya Smith

    Associate Professor of Law, Criminal & Social Justice

    Prior to joining the University in 2001, Sonya had been a solicitor dealing with family law matters, then moving into litigation, dealing with employers’ liability and personal injury claims. In 2003 Sonya became the CPE/GDL Programme Director and then became the Legal Practice Course Programme Director in 2004.

  • Dr Rebecca Smyth


    Dr Rebecca Smyth is a Lecturer in Law, specialising in international human rights law. She focuses on women’s and LGBTQ* rights, and the (sometimes productive) tensions arising from historically oppressed groups engaging with the language and mechanisms of human rights.

  • Janet Spence

    Senior Lecturer in Law, LLB Level 6 Associate Course Director

    Following undergraduate studies at the City of Birmingham Polytechnic and completing postgraduate studies at the University of Law in Chester, Janet qualified and practised as a solicitor in Birmingham for a number of years before starting a career as an academic in 2005.

  • Nicola Stevens


    Nicola Stevens completed both of her undergraduate and postgraduate degrees at Birmingham City University. She briefly worked in a law firm whilst studying for her postgraduate degree but returned to academia shortly after graduating.

  • Dr Alice Storey

    Senior Lecturer, Associate Director Centre for Human Rights

    Dr Alice Storey is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Law and Associate Director of the Centre for Human Rights.  She leads the American Criminal Procedure & Evidence and America & International Legal Issues LLB modules.

  • Dr Piers Von Berg

    Senior Lecturer

    Dr von Berg is a specialist in youth justice, and citizenship and human rights education. His research looks at how young people exercise their rights in the criminal justice system and how they learn to be citizens at university. He conducts qualitative participatory research on innovations in pedagogy at university in the...

  • Professor Jon Yorke

    Professor of Human Rights and Director of the Centre for Human Rights

    Jon Yorke is the Professor of Human Rights in the School of Law and the Director of the Centre for Human Rights (CHR). His qualifications include LL.B. (Hons) (BCU), LL.M. and Ph.D. (Warwick).

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