Mark is a Senior Lecturer in Law. As part of Mark’s role, he is the Course Leader for Business Law and acts as Module Leader for a number of undergraduate and post-graduate subjects. In addition, Mark acts as a personal and academic tutor for a group of first year students as well as a work placement supervisor for students on the LLB (Hons) Law (Sandwich) course.
Mark supervises Independent Research Projects at both LLB and GDL level, with a particular interest in topics related to criminal law and evidence. He is a member of the Centre for Advocacy, Centre for Conflict, Rights and Justice and the Centre of Legal Education. Mark is the Module Leader for Mooting and is the staff member responsible for mooting as an extra-curricular activity within the university. Mark is also responsible for the development of new and innovative modules in the Law School.
Mark previously studied as an Undergraduate at the University Of Sheffield, School of Law. He then proceeded to study the Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC) at Nottingham Law School. He was then called to the Bar by the Honourable Society of the Middle Temple.
In 2014 he became a Guest Lecturer at the University Of Sheffield in Criminal Law and Criminal Evidence, before formally joining the Law School as a Teaching Associate in 2015. Mark joined Nottingham Law School in 2016.
Mark’s main research interests are focused in the areas of:
- Criminal Law
- Law of Evidence
- Criminal and Civil Procedure
- Medical Law and Ethics
- Family Law