Professor of Law and Legal Education
Imogen Moore joined the University of Exeter Law School in 2021, having previously been Professor of Law and Legal Education at the University of Bristol. She has also held roles at the Universities of Reading, Exeter, and Birmingham, and is a qualified barrister (non-practising).
Imogen's principal research and scholarly interest lies in legal education. She takes a broad, holistic, approach to education in law schools and beyond, with particular interests in assessment and feedback, transition, wellbeing, and authentic learning, and the intersections between them. In 2018 she published the innovative student text 'The Successful Law Student' (Oxford University Press) with Dr Craig Newbery-Jones (University of Leeds), with the second edition published in January 2022. She also writes and contributes to conferences on various aspects of education in the law. Imogen's main subject interests in law, and the focus of her teaching, are Company Law and Trusts Law, and she is the author of the Oxford University Press text 'Q&A Company Law'. She contributes to the Trusts Law module and the Company Law module on the undergraduate programme at the University of Exeter.
Imogen is currently working on curriculum development planning within the Law School, alongside the Law School Director of Education.
Legal Education: particularly authentic learning, assessment and feedback, and transitions
Company Law, including corporate insolvency and governance