Centre for Legal Education

Helen is an Associate Professor who writes widely on human rights, particularly in connection with law, religion and belief.  She is also works on tort, Constitutional law and legal history.

In relation to education, she is interested in game based learning.  One of her current projects is the Brave New World suite of games and stories, intended to enable groups of people of all ages to explore questions around human rights and law, in a safe and fun context.

She is also collaborating with colleagues within NLS and the University of Manchester on the use of Escape Rooms as a learning tool.

Helen is currently editor of the Nottingham Law Journal and Journal of Rights and Justice.  Both publications are general journals and welcome submissions on law and education as well as other subjects.

You can find out more about Helen’s activities and publications here.