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Sarah Field

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20102019
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Research interests

Sarah holds a Masters in Jurisprudence from the Queen’s College, Oxford and a LL.M in International Criminal Law. She has published widely on her particular area of interest, the criminal liability of corporations, and recently published a textbook on contract law. 

Scholarly biography

Conference papers:

Blended Learning in Foundations of Law modules:CLT Learning and Teaching Conference, Falmer, July 2009 (with Lucy Jones)

Innovations in Assessment seminar (E. Mytton chairing): Society of Legal Scholars Centenary Conference, KeeleUniversity, Sept 2009

Innovations in Assessment: An investigation into the role of blended learning as a support mechanism for assessment: LILAC conference, Warwick, Jan 2010

Innovations in Oral Assessment: Annual Learning and Teaching Conference, Falmer 2010

Death in the workplace: the new sanctions: University of Brighton MIS Faculty Research Conference, May 2010

Death in the workplace: the new sanctions: Work, Employment and Society Conference, Brighton, Sept 2010.

Corporate criminal liability for death in the workplace: Eurasia Business and Economics Society Conference, Athens, Greece, Oct 2010

Death in the workplace: who pays the price? Accepted for presentation at The Hawaii International Business Research Conference, Sept 2010

Death in the workplace: who pays the price? Staff seminar, University of Brighton, May 2011

 

Research Poster on Death in the Workplace entered in University of Brighton Competition, May 2012.

 

Punitive Penalties For Corporate Offenders In The U.K. Academy of World Business Conference attendance, Krakow Poland, 17-21 July 2016.

 

 

Publications

Innovations in Assessment: An investigation into the role of blended learning as a support mechanism for assessment: on UKCLE website (http://www.ukcle.ac.uk/index.html) and The Law Teacher, Volume 44 Issue 3, 378, 2010

Death in the workplace: who pays the price? Company Lawyer, Issue 6, 2011 (May).

Enhancing Student Employability: the Role of Oral Assessment Partnerships, University of Brighton Press, Spring 2011

Corporate Criminal Liability for manslaughter: the evolving approach of the prosecuting authorities and courts in England and Wales. (2011) 32 Business law review: 80, April 2011

Five years on: The impact of the Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007: Plus ca change? International Company and Commercial Law Review 2013, Vol.24, Issue 6, p239.

Are directors getting away with murder manslaughter? Emerging trends in prosecutions for corporate manslaughter. Business Law ReviewVolume 35 No 5 September/October 2014 158.

Mooting within the curriculum as a vehicle for learning: student perceptions. Practice and Evidence of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Higher EducationVol. 9, No. 1, December 2014 pp33-45 www.pestlhe.or.uk

The Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007 and The Sentencing Guidelines for Corporate Manslaughter: More bark than bite? Company Lawyer Comp. Law. (2015) Vol.36 No.11 Pages 327-332.

Is the Net of Corporate Criminal Liability under the Corporate Homicide and Corporate Manslaughter Act 2007 Expanding? Business Law Review, December 2015 [36-6] 216-219.

Criminal Liability under the Corporate Homicide and Corporate Manslaughter Act 2007: A Changing Landscape International Company and Commercial Law Review 2016, Vol.27, Issue 7, p229.

Ten years on: The Corporate Homicide and Corporate Manslaughter Act 2007: Plus ca change? International Company and Commercial Law Review 2018, Vol.29, Issue 8, p511.

 

Sexual offences: Rape, Westlaw Insight 2015

legalresearch.westlaw.co.uk/inside-westlaw-uk/insight

 

Sexual offences: Sexual Assault, Westlaw Insight 2015.

legalresearch.westlaw.co.uk/inside-westlaw-uk/insight

 

Mens Rea, Westlaw Insight 2015

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Books

Introduction to the Law of Contract: Formation of a Contract

http://bookboon.com/en/introduction-to-the-law-of-contract-ebook

 

When Business Kills: The Emerging Crime of Corporate Manslaughter,  Business Expert Press: New York, 2017

Approach to teaching

Sarah joined the Brighton Busness School in 2002 as a lecturer, and has since been promoted to Senior, and then Principal Lecturer in Law. She currently leads the Law Group. For over 16 years she has been responsible for the design, delivery and assessment of the Criminal Law modules at postgraduate level ((LLM/PG Dip Law/CPE Programme) and undergraduate level (LLB). In addition, in recent years she has lead the final year undergraduate (LLB) dissertation module, the postgraduate Project module and contributed to a range of undergraduate modules on the LLB programme, including Contract law, and  taught business law to non-lawyers, including the Law of Tort, Company law, Agency law and Employment law. Current responsibilities also include supervision of postgraduate (PgDip and LLM) students and acting as personal tutor for year 2 LLB students.

Keywords

  • K Law (General)
  • Corporate Criminal Law
  • Homicide
  • Corporate manslaughter
  • Human Rights
  • death in custody

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Research Output 2010 2019

  • 11 Article
  • 1 Conference contribution with ISSN or ISBN
legal protection
homicide
human rights
act
child custody
liability
homicide
act
offense