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Sarah Saunders

Lecturer

Ysgol y Gyfraith a Gwleidyddiaeth

Email:
saunderss@cardiff.ac.uk
Telephone:
+44 (0)29 2087 4941
Location:
3.25, Adeilad y Gyfraith, Rhodfa'r Amgueddfa, Caerdydd, CF10 3AX

Role

Lecturer (Teaching and Scholarship)

Senior Personal Tutor

in the Centre for Professional Legal Studies, Cardiff School of Law and Politics

Member of Senate

Qualifications

LL.B,   B.Ed (vocational training)

Solicitor

Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

Current responsibilities

LEGAL PRACTICE COURSE: the course leader for the LPC elective course in Employment Law.

GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN LAW: the course leader for the Extended Essay module of the Graduate Diploma in Law course.

LLM IN LEGAL PRACTICE: a dissertation supervisor for the LLM in Legal Practice.

HR PROFESSIONALS ASSESSMENT: responsible for the assessment of HR professionals pursuing training programmes delivered by Tata Steel and Capital Law LLP.

CLINICAL LEGAL EDUCATION: a supervisor of students participating in the pro bono "Streetlaw" project - a collaberation between Cardiff University, BBP Bristol, Swansea University and the University of South Wales to provide guidance to unrepresented claimants at Cardiff Employment Tribunal.

EXPERT WITNESS ACCREDITATION: an assessor of the Cardiff University Law School Bond Solon Expert Witness Certificate, and an assessor of the Cardiff University Law School Medico-Legal Foundation Certificate.

Sarah graduated in law from Aberystwyth University and worked as a solicitor at Morgan Bruce and Morgan Cole (now Blake Morgan) in Cardiff and Swansea, becoming a Senior Associate in 1996.  She specialised in company and commercial matters including company and business sales and acquisitions, corporate finance, non-contentious employment law and occupational pension schemes.  Sarah continued to provide advice to Morgan Cole on a consultancy basis following her appointment to Cardiff University in 1997.

From 2000 to 2002, Sarah pursued a further degree course on a part-time basis at Cardiff University and graduated in July 2002 with a bachelor of education degree in vocational training.  Sarah wrote and published an article on practical research skills for trainee solicitors based on her B.Ed dissertation.  She has also written and published articles on expert witness skills for professionals.

Aelodaethau proffesiynol

  • Employment Lawyers Association
  • Law Society of England and Wales
  • Cardiff & District Law Society

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