After much deliberation, and a rigorous online judging process, the Law Teacher of the Year judges are delighted to announce that Emma Flint of the University of Birmingham has been named the 2020 winner.
The judging process for the 2020 Law Teacher of the Year award has been both a lengthy and unique one, with all judging taking place online, much like the teaching witnessed. Each of the five candidates were interviewed online by members of the judging panel, who did the same with both students and colleagues, as well as observing both synchronous and asynchronous teaching sessions.
Choosing a winner in such a strong line-up was no easy task. The candidates all displayed exceptional teaching, regardless of the format, and each received endless praise from their students and peers.
The other finalists were:
• Neal Geach, University of Hertfordshire
• Rebecca Maina, Solent University
• Maria Moscati, University of Sussex
• Francine Ryan, The Open University
We send our congratulations for making it to the final stages of the award and would like to thank everyone who took part in nominating, hosting, and arranging online visits. Read their full profiles below.
We hope to put the call out for nominations to the 2022 Law Techer of the Year Award in October. You can find out more by visiting this page closer to the time.