Portsmouth Law School
Mrs Charlotte Harrison
- Qualifications: LLB (Hons), MA, Solicitor (non-practising), FHEA
- Role Title: Principal Lecturer, Employability & Enterprise Co-ordinator
- Address: Richmond Building Portland Street Portsmouth PO1 3DE
- Telephone: 02392844021
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Department: Portsmouth Law School
- Faculty: Faculty of Business and Law
Charlotte read Law at the University of Southampton and completed the Legal Practice Course (LPC) at the College of Law, Guildford. Before becoming a full-time lecturer, Charlotte practised as a solicitor specialising in commercial contracts and information law. She started her career in the City before moving to Southampton to join a large national law firm.
Charlotte joined the University in 2007 as a Senior Lecturer. Having previously acted as Admissions Tutor and Employability Coordinator, she took up the role of Director of Quality and Curriculum (Associate Head) for the Law School from February 2011 until April 2015. Since then, she has undertaken a number of leadership roles including Course Director for Undergraduate Law Programmes, Director of CLE & Employability for the Law School and, since January 2018, Employability and Enterprise Coordinator for the Faculty of Business & Law.
Since joining the University, Charlotte has taught and co-ordinated a number of undergraduate and postgraduate law units, including Contract Law, Research & Professional Development, English Legal System, Current Legal Issues, CILEX Level 6 Client Care Skills, and Legal Approach to Business. She has also taught Business Law to non-law undergraduate students, and has designed and delivered master classes in Contract Law to MBA students and Part 3 Architecture students.
Charlotte has an MA Learning & Teaching from the University of Portsmouth. Her research interests lie in the field of employability education and experiential learning.
C Harrison, From student to solicitor: the complete guide to securing a training contract (2nd edn, Sweet & Maxwell 2015).