Prior to joining Nottingham Law School as a Senior Lecturer, Emma spent 12 years as a solicitor in commercial practice, in the fields of commercial litigation , public inquiries and environmental law, including working on the Saville Inquiry into the events of Bloody Sunday.
Emma is a member of the research Centre for Advocacy and Centre for Conflict Rights and Justice. Her main research interests are public inquiries, inquests and dispute reolution.
During her time at Nottingham Law School, Emma has taught on the GDL, LPC, BPTC and LLM programmes and been a reviewer and assessor for the SRA's innovative Work Based Learning pilot, a scheme that enables LPC graduates to qualify as solicitors outside the training contract regime.
Emma works with a team of lawyers dedicated to maintaining links with practice and practitioners, which ensures that Nottingham Law School programmes are constantly developed and enhanced to reflect current best practice.