Feb. 15, 2015
The University of Law announces new Vice Provost
The University of Law (ULaw) has appointed a new Vice Provost – Professor Becky Huxley-Binns.
Professor Huxley-Binns has almost 20 years of experience in legal education – and in her new role of Vice Provost she will be responsible for driving academic development at ULaw.
She comes to ULaw from Nottingham Law School at Nottingham Trent University, and she is also Chair of the Association of Law Teachers, plus she was Law Teacher of the Year in 2010 and a National Teaching Fellowship in 2012.
Speaking about Professor Huxley-Binns appointment, ULaw Provost Professor Andrea Nollent says, “Becky brings a wealth of experience and a first-class reputation in legal education and teaching innovation. She will be a valuable addition to our team. Her knowledge as well as a dedication and commitment to her students makes her well suited to ULaw, an institution that puts professional training and a first-class student experience at the heart of everything we offer.”
Professor Huxley-Binns adds, “I am thrilled to be joining ULaw at this exciting time. I look forward to building on ULaw’s excellent reputation and supporting students with their career aspirations. The modern day lawyer requires a diverse set of legal and commercial skills and ULaw is leading the way in providing that broad yet specialist training.”
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Content added on 15th February 2015.
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