Lecturer in Law
Anne Herbert is a Lecturer in Law, Year 1 Tutor, and the faculty coordinator for the Year 1 Peer Tutor Program. For 2021-22, Anne is teaching Legal Foundations and Land Law. In addition to her scholarly work in international law and legal history, Anne is especially interested in student engagement and success issues. In her pastoral roles, Anne looks forward to working with the law school community to develop a comprehensive understanding of success – one that envisions personal well-being and an inclusive legal community as core components of professional satisfaction.
A dual UK/US citizen, Anne comes to Exeter Law with a rich and varied career in legal practice and academia. She received her Juris Doctor from the University of Virginia School of Law and is completing a PhD in Jurisprudence and Social Policy at UC Berkeley School of Law. Prior to joining Exeter Law, Anne served as Director of Undergraduate Education and Senior Lecturer in Law for the Sandra Day O'Conner College of Law, Arizona State University. Her scholarship in international legal history is interdisciplinary, incorporating law, history, political science, sociology, religious studies and women’s studies.
Anne manages some mobility challenges due to Ehlers Danlos Syndrome. She often brings to campus her service dog Rafa, who helps her navigate Exeter’s beautiful (and hilly) campus. Most Tuesdays and Thursdays, Rafa will be on campus, please do stop by if you would like to meet him!
Anne’s office is 103G, Law Corridor.
Peer Tutors Year 1
Office hours for Term 1:
Wednesdays 12:30-14:30 or other times by appointment.
You can schedule an in-person or remote (via Teams) appointment on Fridays.