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Dr David Salmons

Aston Law

lecturer

David joined Aston Law in September 2010 after completing both his undergraduate and postgraduate studies at the University of Birmingham.

He has written a doctoral thesis, titled ‘The Overlapping of Legal Concepts’ and this was submitted and passed in 2011.  The thesis was concerned with the classification of private law claims.

Before his PhD, David undertook a Masters’ Degree in Commercial Law at Birmingham and achieved a distinction in his LLM.

Whilst studying for his doctorate, David taught the law of equity and trusts from 2006-2010 at the University of Birmingham. He now teaches the Law of Torts and Equity and Trusts and is also the module leader for both of these modules.

Phone: +44(0)121 204 3475
Email: d.salmons@aston.ac.uk

Room: SW 713
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  • Ph D, University of Birmingham, 2011. Subject: Law
  • LLM, University of Birmingham, 2006. Subject: Commercial Masters
  • LLB, 2004. Subject: Law

Aston Business School, 2010 - present

  • Aston Law PhD Director        
  • ABS Ethics Committee        
  • Aston Law Exams Scrutiny Committee        
  • Organiser for the Staff Research Seminar Series        
  • Lecturer in Law
  • Module Leader for the Law of Torts
  • Module Leader for Equity & Trusts

University of Birmingham, 2006 - 2010

  • Tutor: Law of Obligations, Equity and Trusts
  • BL1168, Introduction to Legal Research
  • BL2280, Law of Torts
  • BL2294, Business Law
  • BL2296, Principles of Business Law
  • BL3387, Equity and Trusts
  • BUP100, Undergraduate Placement Assessment
  • The Law of Torts 
  • Equity & Trusts 
  • Introduction to Jurisprudence 
  • Business Law 
  • Legal Research 
  • Member, Obligations Discussion Group.
  • Member, Restitution Discussion Group.
  • Member, Society of Legal Scholars.  
  • D Salmons, ‘Vicarious Liability in Tort: A Comparative Perspective – By Paula Giliker’ (2011) Legal Studies, 684.

  • D Salmons, 'Claims for Non-Monetary Benefits: Unjust Enrichment or Estoppel' (2008) 2 Conveyancer and Property Lawyer 173.

Conference Papers

  • The Society of Legal Scholars Annual Conference, 'The Availability of Constructive Trusts in Cases of Fraudulently Transferred Money and Mistaken Payments', Bristol University, September 2012.
  • Postgraduate Research Seminar Series at the University of Birmingham, 'A Coherent Doctrine of Estoppel', The University of Birmingham, February 2010
  • The Society of Legal Scholars Annual Conference, 'Claims for Non-Contractual Services', Keele University, September 2009 
  • Postgraduate Research Seminar Series at the University of Birmingham, 'A Legal Realist Approach to Unjust Enrichment', The University of Birmingham, January 2009
  • The Society of Legal Scholars Annual Conference, 'Certainty of Subject Matter in the Law of Trusts', London School of Economics, September 2008 
  • Postgraduate Research Seminar Series at the University of Birmingham, 'Overlapping of Legal Concepts: Classifying the Law of Trusts', The University of Birmingham, February 2008
  • Claims for Specific Restitution for Mistaken and Fraudulently Induced Transfers’
    Bristol University, 2012 (Runner up for the best paper from the Restitution section)
  • ‘Claims for Non-Contractual Services’, Keele University, September 2009
  • ‘Certainty of Subject Matter in the Law of Trusts’, London School of Economics, September 2008
    Shortlisted for overall Best Paper Prize, nominated as the best paper from the Trusts and Property section

Nominations 

  • One of six papers Shortlisted for Society of Legal Scholars Best Paper Prize, at the SLS Conference 2008 London School of Economics; 'Certainty of Subject Matter in the Law of Trusts'.
  • Runner up for the best paper from the Restitution section for the article Claims forSpecific Restitution for Mistaken and Fraudulently Induced Transfers’
    Bristol University, 2012

Administrative Roles and Responsibilities

  • Member, ABS Research Ethics Committee, School. (2011 - Present)
  • Organiser of the Staff Research Seminar Series, University. (2010 - 2011)

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