Beth Richards-Bray



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    I am an Assistant Professor in Law. Holding LLB (Hons) and LLM degrees – both in Business Law, I qualified as a Solicitor before joining Coventry University in 1996. Since that time I have held many roles including Associate Head of School; Academic Course Director for the LLB Commercial Law course; and have taught various modules on the undergraduate and postgraduate courses. My areas of specialism are Property Law and Intellectual Property Law, which I taught for many years on the LLB courses; and International Trade Law which I taught on the LLM Courses. Having a keen interest in pedagogy and information technology, I was also the Digital Literacy Champion for Coventry Law School. I am actively involved in promoting the inclusion of new technology in teaching and learning and examining ways in which this can improve the student experience. I am currently undertaking Doctoral Research into internationalisation of education and enhancement of the student experience for international students, my thesis was submitted in January 2020 with a viva scheduled for March 2020.

    Research Interests

    Internationalisation of Education, specifically Internationalisation at home, host-culture adjustment and Chinese learners.  My secondary theme relates to the use of technology in legal education.  

    Subject research relates to Property Law; International Trade Law; Intellectual Property Law; Privacy and Breach of Confidence;

    External positions

    Vice President of the EFMD Executive Academy Alumni group, European Foundation for Management Development

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