Christopher is a Senior Fellow (Learning and Teaching) within the Department of Digital Technologies. He is an experienced academic and leader, having worked in Further and Higher Education since 2000. He has held a range of leadership roles overseeing quality, learning and teaching functions, law and business programmes, a Law Department and a multi-disciplinary School. He has taught a diverse range of law modules at different levels during his career, but he has a strong teaching interest in Employment Law, which he has taught at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels and externally to HR professionals from both national and International organisations. Christopher is also an experienced external examiner and external reviewer.
He is a non-practising Barrister and a past Chair of the Association of Law Teachers. For further professional memberships, see below.
Higher Education Teaching Qualification: Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA).
You can link with Christopher via LinkedIn at linkedin.com/in/cwdhull
Areas of expertise
- Employment Law
- Legal Education
Hull, C. (2008) The Practice of Employment Law (UQ13). ILEX Tutorial College.
Conference papers and presentations
Panel Member, ‘Authenticity: From a popular buzzword to a meaningful concept’. Advance HE Teaching and Learning Conference, Northumbria University, 2-4th July 2019
Panel member, ‘Managing and Developing your Faculty’. Chartered Association of Business Schools Annual Conference, International Convention Centre Birmingham, 6-7th November 2017
Hull, C. (2015) ‘Viva voce as an assessment method in undergraduate legal education’. Association of Law Teachers, 50 years of assessing legal education, ICSL, 29th January 2015
Hull, C. (2010) ‘Podcasting: Defining, Valuing and Embedding’. UKCLE Enhancing Legal Education in Wales, University of Glamorgan, 29th April 2010
Hull, C. (2009) ‘Podcasts: embedding into a module’. UKCLE How to Podcast training event, Park Inn Hotel, Southampton Row, London, 15th September 2009
Hull, C. (2009) ‘E-learning, M-learning, Pods and Vods: A legal education study’ BILETA, University of Winchester, 21 23 April 2009.
Hull, C. (2008) ‘PodLaw: A portable interactive learning environment for the study of law’. HEA, Mobile Learning in HE: The Discipline Dimension, University of Wolvehampton 2008.
Hull, C. (2008) ‘PodLaw: Developing a portable interactive learning environment to enhance the study of law’ Learning in Law Conference, Warwick, 3-4 January 2008.
Hull, C. (2007) ‘Age Discrimination in the Workplace Is the new law working?’ paper given as part of the MBE Research Seminar Programme, St Mary’s University, 23rd May 2007.
Hull, C. (2005) ’It’s so much fun it can’t be legal: teaching methods that enhances the student learning experience in the lecture theatre’ 40th Annual Conference of the Association of Law Teachers, Edinburgh, 20-22 March 2005.
Hull, C. (2004) ‘Equality Challenge: Religion, Belief and Sexual Orientation Anti-Discriminatory Practice’ University of Plymouth, 2004.
Hull, C. (2003) Comparison of UK and Dutch Employment Law’ HES Amsterdam Business School, 2003.
42nd Annual Conference for the Association of Law Teachers: ‘Legal Education: fit for purpose?’ University of Plymouth, 1-3 April 2007.Staff Directory