Ms Kerry Lewis BA Hons (University of Manchester) Common Professional Exam (College of Law) LLM and PGCTHE (Aberystwyth University) FHEA Admitted as a Solicitor of the Senior Courts of England & Wales in 2001

Ms Kerry Lewis

Lecturer

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Profile

Kerry joined the Department of Law & Criminology in 2008. Having trained at Herbert Smith in London, Kerry qualified as a solicitor in 2001. She then moved to Norton Rose, specialising in environment and planning law. Via a circuitous route involving snowboarding in Italy and marine survey work on a deserted Mexican peninsula, she returned to her home patch in West Wales in 2003, where she was a solicitor at a high street firm. Immediately prior to joining the department, she spent two years working for an environmental charity, providing support and training to local authority members and officers across Wales.

Kerry now teaches across undergraduate, postgraduate and distance learning modules, as well as offering dissertation supervision. Her interests focus on nature conservation and environmental law, particularly in relation to Wales and to the marine environment, as well as the implications of the UK's departure from the European Union.

Teaching

Module Coordinator
Lecturer
Additional Tutor
Tutor
Additional Lecturer

Research

Environmental Law, Nature conservation, Marine conservation, Public and Administrative Law, Wales, EU

Publications

2017

Lewis, K., Bullimore, B. 2017. All at sea? Marine conservation in post-Brexit Wales. ECOS 38 (3) Other

2015

Lewis, K. 2015. The framework for environmental regulation in Wales: Natural Resources Wales speaks with ‘One Voice’ – Has the statutory voice for nature been silenced? Environmental Law Review 17 (3) pp. 189-206. 10.1177/1461452915595533 Cadair