Helen's research interests lie primarily in the fields of Housing, Social Welfare and Public Law. She is interested in the regulation of the poor especially the homeless, the asylum seeker, the anti-social and those in need of care. Helen is particularly concerned with the gendered and racialised dimensions of regulation. She is currently completing a book on the governance of housing from the 1830s.
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Teaching and Supervision
- Legal Process (LW308)
- Property Law (LW501)
- Constitutional and Administrative Law (LW503)
- Public Law 1
- Public Law 2
- Director of Learning and Teaching
Helen is happy to supervise work in the areas of Social Welfare and Housing.
Other Academic Activities
Feminist Legal Studies - Editorial Collective member 2006 to date. Book reviews editor 2010-
- Law Society
- Socio-Legal Studies Association Ordinary member from 2000 (Member of Executive 2001 - 4 and 2006 -7)
- Legal Action Board (Member of Board 2002 - 7)
- Canterbury Housing Advice Centre (Board member 2007 ongoing)
- Chairman of Residential Property Tribunal (part time),
- Honorary Legal Advisor to the Social Fund Independent Review Service.
Deputy Director of Teaching and Learning