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Angela Stanhope (LL.B, LL.M, Law Society Finals, FHEA)

Aston Law

Angela joined Aston Law as a full-time member of staff in September 2012 having previously worked as a Sessional Lecturer within the Group.  In addition to working at Aston, Angela has lectured at University of Leicester, Coventry University and Birmingham City University.

During her teaching career Angela has had responsibility for teaching undergraduate and postgraduate students in Contract Law, English Legal System, Commercial Law, Company Law, Employment Law, Domestic Sale of Goods and Agency and International Sale of Goods.

After completing her LL.B, Angela studied for the Law Society Finals at Guildford Law School and then completed a LL.M in Commercial Law at the University of Birmingham, obtaining a distinction.

Position: Lecturer in Law
Email: a.stanhope@aston.ac.uk
Phone: +44(0) 121 204 5165
Room: SW717

Society of Legal Scholars

Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

Publications

  • Stanhope A, 'The investigation of abuse, the right to family life and effective domestic remedies' (2011) 45(2) The Law Teacher 243
  • Stanhope A, 'Mitchell v Glasgow City Council'  (2010) 15(1) Cov. L.J.54
  • Stanhope A, 'Calvert v William Hill Credit Ltd' (2009) 14(2) Cov. L.J. 46
  • Stanhope A, 'Sale by a non-owner: striking a fair balance between the rights of the true owner and a buyer in good faith' (2004)9(2) Cov. L.J. 1

Contributions to Other Works

  • Foster S, ‘How to write better law essays’ (Oxford University Press 2007)

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