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William Ralston

Assistant Professor

Department: Northumbria Law School

Until July 2013, William was in full-time practice as a Barrister at 7 Harrington Street Chambers, Liverpool. His practice was a common-law practice (though the bulk of his work was in the area of personal injury). Having joined Northumbria Law School in September 2013, William teaches on the BPTC (advocacy; opinion writing; conferencing and professional ethics). He also teaches the Law of Tort to undergraduate students on the MLaw degree.

William Ralston

Campus Address

Room 308, City Campus East



  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Only a paper moon: The Artemis Accords and future human settlements, Newman, C., Ralston, W. 10 Oct 2022, The Institutions of Extraterrestrial Liberty, Oxford, Oxford University Press
  • Introducing the law games: predicting legal liability and fault in satellite operations, Newman, C., Dinsley, R., Ralston, W. 1 Jun 2021, In: Advances in Space Research

  • Law LLB September 01 1996
  • Fellow (FHEA) Higher Education Academy (HEA) 2016
  • Information not provided Honourable Society of the Inner Temple 2013


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