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Ann Ferguson

Assistant Professor

Department: Northumbria Law School

Ann is currently the module tutor for Intellectual Property Law on both the LLM and LPC and Deputy Programme Leader of the LPC.

Since joining Northumbria, Ann has worked in the areas of intellectual property, civil litigation, contract and commercial contract law.

Prior to joining Northumbria, Ann trained as a solicitor at Ward Hadaway, qualifying into the commercial litigation department and practiced for almost 10 years at Bond Dickinson, specialising in commercial disputes including complex contractual disputes in the chemical, transport and pharmaceutical sectors, IP disputes, pension disputes and professional negligence actions.  She has experience of litigating locally and nationally including in the Royal Courts of Justice and Court of Appeal.  She also has experience of arbitration and ADR including mediation.

Law LLB (Hons) September 01 2014


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