Our People

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  • Dr Nkem Adeleye


    Dr Nkem Adeleye  graduated with a law degree from University of Calabar, Nigeria. She obtained her LLM in International Human Rights from University of Central England and went on to pursue a PhD in Birmingham City University.

  • Dr Sarah Cooper

    Director of Research, Reader in Interdisciplinary Legal Studies

    Dr Sarah Cooper is a Reader in Interdisciplinary Legal Studies, the Director of Research in the School of Law, and a Senior Fellow of the UK Higher Education Authority. She is also a Site Director for the Midlands 4 Cities Doctoral Training Partnership, which is funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council.

  • Professor Haydn Davies

    Professor of Law

    Professor Haydn Davies has taught and researched environmental protection (both technology and law) since the 1990s. He is currently the assistant vice chair of the UK Environmental Law Association, and co-convenor of the Welsh Working Party.

  • Dr Ilaria Di Gioia

    Lecturer in American Law and Associate Director of the Centre for American Legal Studies (CALS)

    Dr Ilaria Di Gioia is a Lecturer in Law. She teaches Public Law, Legal Method, American Legal Practice, the Individual and the US Constitution and Federalism and the US Constitution.

  • 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.

  • Dr Alice Storey

    Lecturer in Law, Associate Director Centre for Human Rights

    Dr Alice Storey is a Lecturer in the School of Law. She leads the American Criminal Procedure & Evidence and America & International Legal Issues modules. She also teaches on the American Legal Practice and Integrated Research Project modules.

  • Professor Jon Yorke

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

    Jon Yorke is a Reader in Law in the School of Law and Director of the Centre for American Legal Studies.  Jon's main interests include European Human Rights, English and European Medical Law, Capital Punishment, Legal Theory and Legal Research.  

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