I have an LLB (Hons) and a PhD in Law with over ten years’ experience of teaching undergraduate and postgraduate students in commercial law, contract law, data protection law as well as the legal issues of information and communications technology. I am currently a part-time lecturer at a UK University with responsibility for teaching undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. I have also supervised students’ projects in a wide range of topics.
I have developed and delivered a substantial number of undergraduate programmes on commercial law, International Sales of Goods Law, Information Security Law and Computer Crime law. I am a certified Data Protection Adviser with extensive experience of advising organisations on privacy and data protection issues. Apart from my interest in teaching, I have researched and written extensively on the areas of commercial law and information law in peer reviewed academic journals. I have also co-authored a book published by Oxford University Press and recently wrote a book chapter which has been published this year.