Office location 6.2 Sandra Burslem Building, Manchester Campus
Who am I?
Who am I?
Diana practised as a solicitor in Manchester city centre before joining MMU. She specialised in personal injury law and completed a master’s degree in civil litigation. Diana has also gained accreditation to teach advocacy on the Bar Professional Training Course. She enjoys teaching personal injury litigation and civil litigation on the Legal Practice Course, and tort law to first year undergraduates and to postgraduate students on the Graduate Diploma programme. Diana also lectures at Hong Kong University as part of MMU’s teaching team on its distance-learning Graduate Diploma in Law. As co-ordinator of MMU LL.B Personal Tutor scheme Diana is keen that students are provided with opportunities to meet with their personal tutors, develop positive relationships and maximise their learning, and employability prospects. She founded the LL.B peer-mentoring scheme and develops this with Katherine Watson from Student Experience Support.
Personal injury litigation, civil litigation, tort law, commercial/consumer law. Personal tutor scheme; peer mentoring.
Academic and professional qualifications
BA (Hons) LL.M PGCE (HE)
Other academic service (administration and management)
Subject Leader: Personal Injury Litigation Elective on the Legal Practice Course; Tort Law tutor/lecturer: LL.B and GDL programme; Commercial Law/Consumer Law tutor/lecturer: LL.B and Hong Kong GDL; Personal Tutor/Skills Co-ordinator: LL.B; Peer Mentoring Co-ordinator: LL.B
Research Expertise, Publications & Grants
Member of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers