Jan. 11, 2011
Nottingham Law School has appointed a new Dean
Nottingham Law School at Nottingham Trent University has appointed a new Dean - Andrea Nollent.
Andrea Nollent has come to Nottingham Law School from Sheffield Hallam University where she was Assistant Dean. She was previously Head of Law. Andrea is also a visiting professor at the University of Paris XII.
She has extensive experience at a senior level in higher education and of working with employers - both attributes that are welcomed by Nottingham Law School.
She is fluent in French, and has established a reputation in the field of comparative legal education and trans-national education, with her work embracing employability and international student mobility.
Peter Jones, Senior Pro Vice-Chancellor at Nottingham Trent University, says, "We are delighted that Andrea has joined us. Her deep academic experience, strategic know-how and active engagement with the profession will all be invaluable in shaping the future direction and success of the law school."
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Content added on 11th January 2011.