Stephanie joined the University of Exeter in September 2020 as a Lecturer in Law (Education and Research). She currently teaches on Criminal Law modules and convenes the module on Criminal Evidence. Prior to joining Exeter, Stephanie was a teaching assistant and doctoral candidate at the University of Aberdeen.
Stephanie's research interests are in criminal law and evidence, particularly legal history and issues concerning gender and the law. Stephanie is interested in the development of criminal law doctrines; law reform in evidence and procedure; as well as interdisciplinary and comparative work in criminal law and evidence.
I would be happy to supervise topics on aspect's relating to criminal law and evidence. Interested students should contact me.
Student's wishing to make an appointment can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for a meeting.
I completed my Bachelor of Arts in History and Geography at Queen's University, Canada. I came to the UK to study for an accellerated law degree (LLB) at the University of Aberdeen. I went on to complete my LLM by Research at the University of Aberdeen. I was the receipiant of an Elphinstone Scholarship and commenced my doctoral studies (PhD) at the University of Aberdeen.