I became a Lecturer in the Department of Law in Aberystwyth in 1995; after nearly ten years I worked as Reader then Professor, first at Swansea University Law School and then at Exeter University School of Law, returning to Wales in 2015. I have taught many subjects in Law and in Criminology and have also enjoyed teaching in other settings, for example as a Visiting Lecturer in English and Media Studies and also in Philosophy, teaching legal perspectives, I have also taught Medical Ethics and Law to medical students as well as law students. Over the years I have published two books and a number of book chapters and articles. These mostly focus upon links between law, literature and philosophy but also consider aspects of psychological or medical significance.
Williams, M.L., (2005) Monograph: Secrets and Laws Collected Essays, London: UCL Press 2005) – Essays present recent research scholarship as a commentary upon prior legal developments in several fields; includes some ‘reworked’ articles previously published
Williams, M.L.,(2002) Monograph Empty Justice- One Hundred Years of Law, Literature and Philosophy (2002) Cavendish Publishing (Part funded by AHRB Research Leave Award):
I teach on a number of modules both in the 'Law' side of the Department and in the 'Criminology' side.
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