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Louise Rhodes is a Lecturer in Law ( Education) in the School of Law.
Dr. Rhodes was awarded a PhD in Law from Queen’s University Belfast in 2015. Her PhD thesis studied the public/private nature of Northern Rock bank and its mortgage repossession policy following its nationalisation in 2008 using Bozeman’s theories on 'organisational publicness'. Her work proposed ways in which the legal and regulatory regimes governing mortgage default in England and Wales might be adapted in a way that better delivers the public value of home ownership.
Louise has a keen research interest in property and human rights. She is also interested more broadly in housing law and socio-legal approaches to the issue of homelessness.
Louise has also worked in the commercial law sector, mainly in the area of disputes.
Business and Human Rights (Undergraduate level 3)(Module Convenor)
Company Law and Corporate Governance (Undergraduate level 3) (Module Convenor)
Issues in Corporate Governance ( LLM International Business Law Course)
Land Law ( Undergraduate level 2)
Land Law (MLaw course) (Module Convenor)