Dr Susan Stokeld
, Lecturer, University of Aberdeen
Dr Stokeld joined the School of Law in March 2012. She is a qualified Scottish solicitor (now non practising) but previously worked in private practice in Glasgow and Aberdeen. Susan completed a Masters degree (Business and Economics) at Aberdeen University in the Business School where she taught a wide range of management subjects and research methods courses at both undergraduate and postgraduate MBA level. Her doctoral research was conducted at Strathclyde University and her thesis addressed the performance and delivery of professional legal services. She is the Director of the Diploma in Professional Legal Practice.
, Head of School of Law, University of Aberdeen
Slater has been the Head of the School of Law at the University of Aberdeen since 2012. She is a Member of the Centre for Energy Law as a specialist in terrestrial and marine spatial planning law. Her most recent research is part of an interdisciplinary team, funded by NERC, undertaking cooperative participatory evaluation of renewable technology on ecosystem services using the example of offshore wind farm developments in the Firth of Forth. She is also continuing work funded, in part by The Crown Estate, on development of the role of a UK marine planning exchange into a North Sea wide project, with a focus on law, in light of the requirements of the EU Directive establishing a framework for maritime planning 2014/89/EU. She is a member of the Marine Law committee of the Law Society of Scotland and an editorial board member of Environmental Law Review, the Journal of Water Law and Scottish Planning and Environmental Law (SPEL). Her teaching currently consists of an Honours course in Planning Law (LS 4547) and a postgraduate course in Maritime Spatial Planning (LS 5081). Anne-Michelle is currently supervising PhD and LLM students in the areas of energy, environmental and marine spatial planning law.
Professor Elizabeth Keyes, University of Baltimore School of Law
Professor Maureen Sweeney, University of Maryland Frances King Carey School of Law
Carol Lawie, University of Aberdeen