Lucinda Griffiths

Lecturer in Law
Client Interviewing Co-ordinator


Lucinda is a graduate of University of Kent where she achieved her LLB with distinction. Rather than choosing the professional route, Lucinda decided to pursue a career in academia and has taught for a number of years at Kent Law School. 

Lucinda focuses her teaching on Criminal Law, both for the LLB as well as Criminal Law for Forensic Scientists for which is Convenor. She has also developed her interest of the relationship between science and law by teaching Forensic Evidence in Criminal Trials as well as pursuing links between the Law and Physical Sciences Department. 

Lucinda is also keenly involved with the student development, acting as an a Specialist Academic Adviser in addition to helping to develop the KLS Skills Hub, offering advice and assistance to students on how to improve their legal skills. 

She also assists with extra-curricular activities such as Client Interviewing.


Her undergraduate teaching responsibilities span across Criminal Law and Advanced Criminal Law and Forensic Science in Criminal Trials.

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