Kieron joined the Univeristy of Cumbria Law School as a Law Lecturer in 2016. He had previously been working in Legal Aid with a Cumbrian law firm. During his time working in Legal Aid, Kieron practiced in Employment Law, Social Security Law and Housing Law, managing a varying caseload. During this time he advocated in numerous District Court and Tribunal hearings in Cumbria.
Joining the University of Cumbria Law School, Kieron assisted with the teaching of Lawyer Skills and Employment Law. Kieron is currently module leader for Land Law, Legal Institutions and Business and Law in Organisations and Context (Integrated Foundation Year).
Kieron currently is Marketing Lead within the Law School and leads the Law School's collaboration with Sixth Forms and Colleges in the North East and North West.
Along with these responsibilities, Kieron also engages with research staff members within the University of Cumbria, as well as being part of a working group with Northumbria University researching female diversity within the legal sector. Kieron has also spoken at a UCAS event at Birmingham NEC discussing law degrees. Kieron has also assisted with consultation on land reforms with the Law Society.
Qualifications and memberships
Undergraduate LLB Law (University of Cumbria)
Currenty studying - PGCert in Further and Higher Education (University of Cumbria)
Law Making In Scotland Module (Open University)
Academic and research interests
Kieron's research interests are Land Law reform in a changing legal sector, as well as comparative looks at other jurisdictions.