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Our Law tutors (Associate Lecturers) are established university law lecturers, solicitors and barristers but, whatever their background, they all have at least one thing in common: a commitment and interest in teaching law.

If you are interested in teaching Law at The Open University, you can find out more on the Teaching with the OU website.

You can get a flavour of the different people who tutor law students with us by viewing their testimonials below.


Arj Arul

I really enjoy bringing my experiences from the real world of legal practice to my teaching and bringing to life the modules which I tutor. This was a key part of why I became involved in teaching and adding value to students’ experiences is what keeps me going.

Jennifer Ang

Teaching at the OU has been such an important part of my life, and my OU colleagues have been a valued part of my network throughout my varied career. My students have also taught me so much over the years, and have shaped, inspired and challenged me, in ways that they may not appreciate!

Mariza Avgeri

I enjoy working at the OU in an inclusive diverse environment fostering knowledge.

Dr Francine Baker

The work and ideas of students have been a privilege to see and support.

Elizabeth Brown

I enjoy the inclusive, and warm environment fostered at the OU, for students and teaching staff alike.

Suz Corcoran

Being able to teach today the lawyers of tomorrow means our legal system will develop and progress positively, reflecting the diversity and talent of our OU students.

Sara Davies

I love teaching at the OU, and I strive to inspire my learners to be the best that they can be; to watch them develop and grow in confidence is fantastic!

Victoria Elwell

It is a pleasure to work with people who are keen to study and enthusiastic about their education and interests.

Nadine Ellis

I was led to teach at the OU because of the shared vision and values: to reach more students with life-changing learning that meets their needs and enriches society, coupled with being inclusive, innovative, and responsive.

Dr Dave Filipović-Carter

I spent 5 years living and working in Central and South-East Europe in the not-for-profit sector, focussing on developing University teaching practice in the post-socialist space.

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