Dora Christodoulou, BA (Hons) Law, University of Kent and PGCE (Further Education), University of Greenwich. Dora qualified as a solicitor in 1991. She has worked as a solicitor specialising in criminal law and employment law, both in private practice and in the not-for-profit sector (at two London Law Centres). In 1996 she was appointed as a duty solicitor on the Magistrates Court Duty Solicitor Scheme and the Police Station Duty Solicitor Scheme. She remained on the latter Scheme until 2003. In 1998 (after successfully completing her PGCE) she began to combine teaching on the Legal Practice Course with part-time practice until October 2003 when she took up a full-time teaching post. Dora is currently a part-time Senior Lecturer at The University of Westminster teaching on the LLM MLAW & LPC course. She is the module leader for LLM MLAW & LPC Criminal Litigation, Advocacy and Employment Law.
- LLM MLAW & LPC Criminal Litigation
- LLM MLAW & LPC Advocacy
- LLM MLAW & LPC Employment Law and Practice
- LLM MLAW & LPC Solicitors Accounts
- LLM MLAW & LPC Practical Legal Research