Staff profile

Dr Tim Marangon


Senior Lecturer in Law

Dr Tim Marangon leading a Law tutorial at One Friar Gate Square

Subject

Law

College

College of Business, Law and Social Sciences

Department

Criminology and Social Sciences, Derby Law School

Campus

One Friar Gate Square, Derby Campus

Email

t.marangon@derby.ac.uk

About

I was appointed to the role of 'Lecturer in Law' here at the University of Derby in November 2013.  Prior to that I worked as a lecturer at the University of Salford for 9 and a half years. I was promoted to the position of Senior Lecturer in Law in 2016. 

Teaching responsibilities

During my time at the University of Derby I have predominantly taught on Undergraduate modules related to tort law and professional skills (legal context, skills and ethics).

At present I am the module leader for two modules on the LLB (Hons.) Law/LLB (Hons.) Law with Criminology, namely:

I am also the module leader for a module run by the Business school, namely Law for Accounting (Semester 2).

Research interests

My research interests lie predominantly in the field of medical law; specifically assisted suicide/euthanasia, consent, and clinical negligence.  I am also interested in pedadgogical research with a specific interest in looking at issues related to assessment and feedback.   

 

Qualifications

Experience in industry

I had originally intended to pursue a career as a solicitor. With that in mind I enrolled on the LPC with the College of Law, Chester. I completed the course in July 2004 earning a (Commendation). As I was looking for a training contract I was offered my first post in academia, and I have never looked back.