Lecturer in Constitutional and Administrative Law, and Public Procurement, Bangor University

Stephen has been teaching at Bangor University Law School since 2011. Originally from London, he graduated from the University of Wales in 2010 with a First Class Honours LLB. He subsequently completed an LLM by Research at Bangor University in 2012. Stephen's research interests are in the areas of constitutional and administrative law, public procurement, mooting and legal education. In July 2018 Stephen was appointed Senior Tutor for the Law School.

Institute for Competition and Procurement Studies

Stephen is the Legal Research Officer to the Institute for Competition and Procurement Studies (ICPS). He has previously supported the work of the 3.7 million Euro Winning in Tendering project, which was aimed at transforming the public tendering experience of Small Indigenous Suppliers (SISs include both SMEs and Third Sector organisations such as Charities) in the INTERREG Ireland/Wales region. In doing so he assisted on the 'Remedies Law' work package through conducting case law statistical analysis, and contributing to the development of new learning resources and teaching materials.

In July 2015 Stephen was appointed as a Public Procurement Law Specialist to TESLA (Transnational Ecosystem Laboratory & Actions), a 3.8 Million Euro INTERREG IVB North West funded project. The aim of TESLA was to support the growth and development of early stage High Potential Start Up (HPSU) companies in Ireland, Wales, Germany, France, Belgium and the Netherlands through a programme of transnational pilot innovation and business support initiatives.

He is also a member of the Project Management team of the Welsh Government sponsored Annual Procurement Week events and the Welsh National Procurement Awards.

Experience

  • –present
    Lecturer in Law, Bangor University

Education

  • 2012 
    University of Wales, Law