Part Time and Guest Teachers 2015/16

Louise Arimatsu (Dr).

Cressida Auckland. Email:

Anne Laure Bandle has joined the LSE as a guest lecturer in September 2015 to teach in the LLM programme, although she has taught at the LSE since 2013 (Property I classes). Anne Laure holds a PhD in law from the University of Geneva. She wrote her thesis under the joint supervision of Professor Tatiana Flessas of the LSE and Professor Marc-André Renold, Director of the Art-Law Centre, University of Geneva, on the subject of "sleepers" - which are undervalued master pieces - and their sale by auction houses.
    She worked for 5 years as a teaching assistant in art and cultural property law at the Art-Law Centre, Geneva, and as a research assistant on a study sponsored by the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) on "Alternative Dispute Resolution Mechanisms in Art-Law". Anne Laure is a director of the Art Law Foundation, a trainee lawyer at the Swiss lawfirm FRORIEP and a member of the IDR Group’s Art Law Section.
     Her recent publications include: "Fake or Fortune? Art Authentication Rules in the Art Market and at Court" in the International Journal of Cultural Property (August 2015) and "Arbiters of Value: The Complexity and Dealer’s Liability in Pricing Art" in Pierre Gabus and Anne Laure Bandle (eds), L’art a-t-il un prix ? / The Art of Pricing the Priceless, Studies in Art Law, Vol. 25 (Schulthess 2014).

Nigel Banerjee teaches on the Law of Business Associations course on the LLB at the LSE. He also teaches on the Company Law course on the LLB at King's College London. Nigel is the general editor of International Corporate Procedures (Jordans) and contributes to Gore-Browne on Companies (Jordans) and the Butterworths Corporate Law Service (LexisNexis). He is currently writing a company law handbook, which is scheduled for publication by the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators (ICSA) in 2015. Email:

Antony Blackburn Starza. Email

Jacob Bronsther. Email

John Carrier (Dr). Formerly Dean of Graduate Studies; Previously Part time lecturer in Medical law; for some years now Part time class teacher in Public Law;
External interests:
Joint Editor of the International Journal of Crime, Law and Justice.
Member: Society of Legal Scholars.
Formerly Chair of the Bar Standards Board Education and Training Committee(2005-11)
Hon. Bencher Lincoln's Inn.
Hon.Fellow Royal College of Physicians , London

Robert Craig.  Email

Michael Daley

Marcos De Matos. Email

Jonathan Fisher QC (Prof)

Sacha Garben. Email

Julian Grower. Email

Carol Harlow (Prof)

Trevor Hartley (Prof)

Corinne Hershkovitch.

Hamish Hunter. Email

James Irving (Dr)

Radha Ivory (Dr). Email

Anthony Jones. Email

Andriani Kalintiri

Bernard Keenan. Email

Leslie Kosmin QC

Signe Larsen. Email

Kate Leader (Dr). Email

Rafael Lima Sakr. Email

Ewan McGaughey see Ewan McGaughey

Grainne Mellon is a barrister at Garden Court Chambers London where she practices in public law, human rights and discrimination. Before coming to the Bar, Gráinne worked in the Fundamental Rights and Citizenship Unit of the European Commission in Brussels and at the Appeals Chamber of the International Criminal Court in The Hague.Gráinne has also worked as a research assistant in the House of Lords and at LSE and has considerable experience internationally in the field of human rights law and policy. Gráinne studied law at Trinity College Dublin and completed the LLM in Public International Law at the London School of Economics. Emaill:

Tara Mulqueen. Email

Dagmar Myslinska. Email

Anna O'Connell. Email:

Alibhe O'Loughlin. Email

Marian Roberts (email: is qualified as a barrister and a social worker. She has been in continuous practice as a family mediator since 1982, working in one of the first (and largest) family mediation services to be established in this country, The SE London Family Mediation Bureau, set up in 1979. Her practice focuses on high conflict disputes over children. She has been recognized under the Legal Services Commission's competence assessment procedure for the purposes of practising in publicly funded family mediation cases. She is a member of the College of Mediators.
    During the 1990's she was responsible for overseeing the creation and development of National Family Mediation's national training and professional practice framework. This included the development of policies, practice guidelines and training on mediation in relation to children, cross-cultural mediation and domestic abuse. She was co-manager, with Dr. Judith Trowell (Tavistock Clinic) and Professor Michael King (Law Department, Brunel University) of the first child protection mediation scheme to operate in the UK, funded by the Department of Health (piloted 1995-1999).
    She was a member of the Reunite Steering Group on Child Abduction and Mediation and one of its pool of mediators in a pilot (culminating in a report in October, 2006) exploring the potential of mediation in bi-national child abduction situations. She continues to co-mediate in cases of child abduction under the auspices of Reunite.
    A Governor of the UK College of Family Mediators (the professional regulatory body for all family mediators) until 2006, and member (and former Chair) of its Professional Standards Committee, she also remains closely involved in the development of the regulatory framework for mediation generally. This includes having been a member of the Legal Service Commission's Working Group on the Mediation Quality Mark and currently, a member of its Mediation Advisory Group.
   She is a Visiting Fellow at the London School of Economics and Political Science, teaching on the London University Masters in Law (LL.M) Alternative Dispute Resolution course since 1989 and now the LSE ADR LL.M. She is Professorial Research Associate in the Department of Law at the School of Oriental and African Studies, teaching on its ADR LL.M.
    Marian Roberts' publications include:


  • Access to Agreement: A Consumer Study of Mediation in Family Disputes, with Gwynn Davis (1988) Milton Keynes: Philadelphia: Open University Press.

  • Developing the Craft of Mediation: Reflections on Theory and Practice (2007) London and Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley Publishers. [Finalist in the 2008 CEDR Awards for Excellence in ADR (publications section)]

  • Mediation in Family Disputes: Principles of Practice (2008) [3rd ed.] Aldershot: Ashgate


  • "Systems or Selves? Some Ethical Issues in Family Mediation", Mediation Quarterly, Vol.10, No.1, Fall, 1992.

  • "Whose in Charge? Effecting a productive exchange between researchers and practitioners in the field of family mediation", Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, No.4, 1994.

  • "Family Mediation and the Interests of Women -Facts and Fears", Family Law, Vol.26, April, 1996.

  • "Third Persons In Family Mediation: towards a Typology of Practice", Mediation in Practice, April, 2003. * [* Awarded the John Haynes Memorial Prize, 2004.]

  • "Family Mediation: The Development of the Regulatory Framework in the UK", Conflict Resolution Quarterly, Vol.22, No. 4. Summer, 2005.

  • "Hearing Both Sides: Structural Safeguards for Protecting Fairness in Family Mediation", Mediation in Practice, May, 2005.

  • "Voluntary Participation in Family Mediation", Family Law, Volume 36, January, 2006.

  • 'International Family Mediation and Recommendation No R(98)1: A Chronicle of Expansion Foretold.' International Family Law, December, 2008.

  • ‘Quality Standards for Family Mediation Practice’ published in Family Law; June, 2010; Volume 40; pages 661-666.

Ryan Stones. Email

Sarah Trotter. Email

David Vitale. Email

Polly Vizard. Email:

Karen Walsh. Email

Jason Whiston. Email

Simon Witney. Email

Elena Zaccaria. Email

Velimir Zivkovic. Email