The Judging Panel
Alison Bone is a principal lecturer
and winner of a Teaching Excellence Award at the University of
Brighton. Alison is recognized for her expertise in assessment
mechanisms and how people learn. She is a former Chair of the
Association of Law Teachers, and the originator of the award.
Andreas Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos is
professor of law and theory at the University of Westminster, and the
recipient of the Law Teacher of the Year Award 2011. Andreas’ vast
teaching and research interests span subjects from art to
psychoanalysis, and he has written and edited books on environmental
law and theoretical takes on the law. Andreas is also co-director of
the Westminster International Law and Theory Centre.
Alastair Hudson is Professor of Equity & Finance Law at the University of Southampton, and the recipient of the 2008 Law Teacher of the Year award. Alastair's varied research and teaching interests include equity, finance, company and property law, as well as issues around social exclusion and the law. He is also a National Teaching Fellow, Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, and was recently voted the University of Southampton's "Most Outstanding Lecturer 2014".
Marianne Lightowler is head of
marketing in Oxford University Press's higher education department.
Marianne's career in publishing spans 20 years, and she has a passion
for legal educational materials, developing Oxford's undergraduate law
list for the last 15 years.