Dr Nick Cartwright

Dr Nick Cartwright

Profile

I joined the School of Law in 2022, prior to this I was a Senior Lecturer in Law at the University of Northampton (2013-22), LLM Programme Manager at Kaplan Holborn College (2010-13), Teaching Fellow at the University of Reading (2008-09), Teaching Fellow at Keele University (2006-07) and Lecturer in Law at the University of Hertfordshire (2000-06).  I have also worked as an expert panel member on firearms on United Nations missions in Vienna and Panama City (2018) and been a VIsiting Fellow at Mahatma Law School, Shendi University in the Sudan (2001).                  

I am National Teaching Fellow (AdvanceHE), a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, a member of the Transforming Access and Student Outcomes (TASO) Sector Network, a member of the LIving Black at University Commission, a Senior Advisor (EDI) for the Halpin Partnership and an external member for the Centre for Advancing Race Equality (CARE) (University of Northampton).

Responsibilities

  • EDI Lead for the School of Law

Research interests

My PhD explores the relationships of dominance and subordination in the context of race and identity in legal education and I was recently involved in the research team for the Living Black at University project.  I am currently researching inclusive pratice in Higher Education and decolonising all aspects of the student experience.  I regularly write for WonkHE on issues relating ot inclusion and previously was a contributor to the HuffPost.

I have worked with the United Nations on firearms reduction and wrote two of the chapters in Firearms: global perspectives on consequences, crime and control (2021, Routledge).

My MPhil was in medical law and bioethics and I have written on physician assisted suicide.

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Qualifications

  • PhD (Northampton)
  • MPhil by thesis in law (Keele)
  • PGCert HE (Herts)
  • LLB (Dual Hons) in Law and Philosophy (Keele)

Professional memberships

  • Senior Fellow of the HEA
  • Member of the TASO Sector Network
  • National Teaching Fellow (AdvanceHE)

Student education

I teach on the following modules:

  • Law and Society (LAW2620)
  • European Union Law (LAW2230)
  • Foundations of Law (LAW1200)
  • Crime, Inequality and Social Issues (LAW1166)