Kate graduated from Coventry University with a 2 (1) in Modern Languages before taking the Law Conversion Course (CPE) and the Law Society Finals. Kate went on to qualify as a solicitor and went into private practice working primarily in conveyancing and probate before joining the University of Northampton in 1996.
As well as working for the University of Northampton, Kate has also worked for the Citizens Advice Bureau and for the Solicitors Regulation Authority dealing with complaints about solicitors’ services.
Kate has also completed an LLM and is a HEA Fellow.
Kate is the course leader for the 2 year Intensive LLB.
Kate is the module leader for Law 3018 (Land Law), Law 3004 (Employment Law) and Law 2023 (Career Planning and Skills Development).
Kate also teaches on Law 2018 (Discrimination Law).
Kate is currently undertaking a funded project into the experiences of students with a range of blended learning activities. Kate has a particular interest in academic and employability skills development for law students.
- Sneddon, S., Exall, K. and Cartwright, N. (2016) The impact on students of online and blended learning methods. Paper presented to: Socio-Legal Studies Association (SLSA) Annual Conference 2016, Lancaster University Law School, 05-07 April 2016. (Unpublished)