Mrs Norma Martin Clement
Pro-Dean for Student Education for ESSL
I have been Pro-Dean for Student Education of the Faculty of Education, Social Sciences and Law (ESSL) at the University of Leeds since 2009, with responsibility for the quality of student education and the overall student experience across the Faculty. I have law degrees from the Universities of Oxford and Harvard and held a Kennedy Scholarship in 1983-84. I have worked in the School of Law at the University of Leeds since 1984. Previous roles within the School have included Admissions Tutor, Director of Student Education and Head of School. I am Chair of the International Association of Law Schools’ Faculty Innovative Curriculum Awards Committee.
My interests include financial provision on divorce and child protection. I am also interested in the law relating to older people, particularly in the context of family and community care law.
In the context of my interests in legal education, I am particularly interested in internationalisation and widening participation and diversity.
I lecture in family and child law and have an interest in legal education.
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