Dr Susan Pascoe is Associate Professor of Law in the School of Law at Middlesex University, London. After achieving First Class Honours in her LLB degree at University College London, she qualified as a solicitor and undertook work in a wide range of areas including conveyancing, matrimonial work, probate and litigation. She still maintains her name on the roll of solicitors. She subsequently completed a PhD at King's College London on 'Significance for Trusts of Land of some Key Aspects of the Trusts of Land and Appointment of Trustees Act 1996'. Her current teaching and research interests are in Land Law. She holds a Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education and was appointed a University Teaching Fellow in 2009 as a result of demonstrating excellence in teaching and learning.
Susan is also the Director of Programmes for Law with responsibility for the day-to-day running of the LLB, BA Law and LLM programmes and overseeing operation of the programmes. She has considerable experience of School and University Committees and of validations. She has validated LLB, BA Law and LLM programmes for the London, Mauritius and Dubai campuses. She has also held various positions of responsibility within the Department including LLB Programme Leader for many years.
Research interests include land law and human rights, disability discrimination, the nature of legal ownership, limits on the exercise of landowners' rights, empty dwelling management orders, rights of access to the countryside and coast, hunting under the Hunting Act 2004, aspects of comparative land law, adverse possession, problems in leasehold law, lease/licence parameters, easements.