Principal Lecturer in Law
As programme leader for LLB (Hons) Law Anil is responsible for overseeing the academic quality and development of the LLB degree. As deputy school leader in learning and teaching Anil is responsible for enhancing teaching and learning and monitoring progression and retention for the Royal Docks School of Business and Law. Anil is also the module leader for LLB Tort Law and LLB Company Law.
'Using Interpretive Phenomenological Analysis (IPA) to understand the development of legal ethical competence through reflection in a clinical learning environment’, article published in The Law Teacher, (19 November 2020)
‘Investigating the feasibility of using student reflective journals to understand how clinical legal education can develop the ethical competence of law students’, article published in The Law Teacher (Routledge) 1 April 2019.
‘Addressing the challenges of teaching legal ethics to take account of the widening participation agenda’, article published in The Law Teacher (Routledge) 29 October 2018.
'Reviewing the effectiveness of the Oxford tutorial system in teaching an undergraduate qualifying law degree: a discussion of preliminary findings from a pilot study', article published in The Law Teacher (Routledge) 27 June 2017.
'Does the Oxford tutorial system help to stimulate critical thinking and foster a critical dialogue around feedback among Law students?', paper presented at the Association of Law Teachers annual conference, Portsmouth, 10 April 2017.
'Meeting the challenges of globalisation in legal education', article published in The Law Teacher (Routledge) 9 June 2016.
‘A critical review of the effectiveness of the feedback practices within an institution teaching an undergraduate Qualifying Law Degree to students from widening participation backgrounds’, paper presented at the Socio-Legal Studies Association annual conference, Lancaster, 6 April 2016.
'Re-thinking tutorial teaching for Law students from international backgrounds', paper presented at the Society of Legal Scholars annual conference, York, 1 September 2015.
'Meeting the challenges of neoliberalism in UK legal education', paper presented at University of East London research conference, London, 24 June 2015.
‘A comparative study tracking the progress on an LLB programme of students from an access course (Year Zero) against the progress of students from direct entry routes’, preliminary findings of pilot study presented at University of Plymouth educational development conference, London partnership campus, Greenford, 22 May 2014.
‘How to do effective peer observation’, paper presented at University of Plymouth academic development conference, London partnership campus, Greenwich, 27 January 2014.
‘Are applications for summary judgment consistent with the need to have a fair trial?’ paper presented at University of Plymouth research conference, London partnership campus, Greenwich, 17 December 2013.
‘Human Rights: Aren’t we forgetting about family law?’ article published in Family Law (Jordans) 16 December 2013.
Enhancement of teaching, curriculum design, assessment and feedback for Law students from culturally diverse backgrounds
The impact of human rights on Family Law and the Civil Procedure Rules
Insolvency, Corporate Recovery and Directors' Disqualification Proceedings
Current: Module leader for LLB Tort Law and LLB Company Law.
Previous: Teaching expertise in Contract Law, English Legal System and Method, Family Law, Civil Litigation and Professional Conduct.