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Michelle Robson

Senior Lecturer

Department: Northumbria Law School

She undertook her solicitor’s training at Ingledew Botterell (now Eversheds LLP) in Newcastle. She qualified as a solicitor in 1991 and worked in their shipping department spending three months with Australian law firm, Ebsworth & Ebsworth. She joined Northumbria Law School in 1992 specialising in medical law and civil litigation.

 

 

 

Campus Address

Room 102, City Campus East 1



Qualifications

  • Law LLB (Hons) July 01 1998
  • PGCE June 30 1993
  • Solicitor Law Society 1992

Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Doctors are aggrieved – should they be? Gross negligence manslaughter and the culpable doctor., Robson, M., Maskill, J., Brookbanks, W. 17 Aug 2020, In: The Journal of Criminal Law
  • Risk disclosure, causation and the role of Chester, Robson, M., Swift, K. 23 Dec 2019, In: Journal of Professional Negligence
  • An interactive model for delivery of a distance learning LLM programme using the eXe learning tool - our journey, Macfarlane, A., Robson, M. 7 Apr 2017
  • Law Express: Question and Answer Medical Law, Robson, M., Swift, K., Kingston, H., Fyall, C. 3 Aug 2015
  • Why doctors need not fear prosecution for gender-related abortions, Swift, K., Robson, M. 1 Aug 2012, In: The Journal of Criminal Law
  • Civil Evidence Act 1995, Stockdale, M., Robson, M., McAlhone, C. 1997


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