Tola Amodu is a Law Lecturer in the Law School of the University of East Anglia and a member of its Centre for Competition Policy. She is a Solicitor of the Senior Courts (non-practising) and has worked in both local and central government, where she was a member of the Public Law Team as a Government Lawyer for the Law Commission of England and Wales. Tola has research interests in Housing, Town Planning, Land Law and regulation (she currently sits on the Royal Town Planning Institute’s Governing body as a legal member). Current recent publications include:
(2018) "Regulating the private rented sector: millennial themes", Journal of Property, Planning and Environmental Law, Vol. 10 Issue: 2, pp.154-168, https://doi.org/10.1108/
And (2019) “A coalition of the (un)willing? The convergence of landlord and renter interests in the “right to rent” ", Journal of Property, Planning and Environmental Law, Vol. 11 Issue: 2 pp.