Charlotte Bishop

Lecturer in Law, University of Exeter

Dr Charlotte Bishop joined Exeter Law School as an Associate Lecturer in 2014 and is now a Lecturer (Education and Research) in Law. She graduated from the University of Kent in 2004 with a First Class Honours degree in Law (LLB) and the Kent Law School Departmental Prize for Special Achievement in Law and completed her doctoral thesis at Exeter University in 2014. Charlotte’s research and teaching interests are broad and inter-disciplinary, crossing the boundaries of socio-legal research into psychology, sociology, philosophy and criminology.

Charlotte teaches on the core undergraduate modules Criminal Law (LAW1003) and The Law of Torts (LAW2015) and on the optional Level 2 and 3 module Gender, Sexuality and Law (LAW2011/LAW3011). She also contributes to the Masters Module Approaches to Research in Law (LAWM687).

Experience

  • –present
    Lecturer in Law, University of Exeter