Here’s a list of my latest publications. I’ve provided links where possible. But feel free to ask if you’d like a copy.

You can also find my ResearchGate,, GoogleScholar and ORCID pages by clicking on the links.


The lived experience of a university law clinic supervisor: an autoethnographic inquiry (2019)

Book chapters

Taking Care of Business: Challenging the Traditional Conceptualization of Social Justice in Clinical Legal Education, Social Justice and Legal Education (2018, p.168-184).


Telling stories about the law school: autoethnography and legal education (2021) The Law Teacher.

Understanding the Scope of Business Law Clinics: Perspectives from the United Kingdom, Israel and the United States (2018) Journal of International and Comparative Law [with Victoria Roper, Assaf Ben-David, Dov Greenbaum and Jonathan Askin].

Reconstructing my identity: An autoethnographic exploration of depression and anxiety in academia (2018) 7(3) Journal of Organizational Ethnography 235-246. Selected by the editorial team as Highly Commended in the 2019 Emerald Literati Awards.

Should I Share My Journal Entry With You? A Critical Exploration of Relational Ethics in Autoethnography (2017) 6(4) Departures in Critical Qualitative Research 4-22.

‘Apparently Being a Self-Obsessed C**t is Now Academically Lauded’: Experiencing Twitter Trolling of Autoethnographers (2017) 3(9) Forum: Qualitative Social Research Art. 16.

University law clinics as alternative business structures: more questions than answers? [with Carol Boothby] (2016) 50 The Law Teacher 132-137.

Recognizing the Social and Economic Value of Transactional Law Clinics: A View from the United Kingdom’ (2016) 65 Journal of Legal Education 580-596.

Exploring Autoethnography as a Method and Methodology in Legal Education Research (2016) 3 Asian Journal of Legal Education 95-105.

Cultivating 21st century law graduates through creativity in the curriculum (2015) Journal of Commonwealth Law and Legal Education [with Victoria Gleason].

Mind the Gap: Clinic and the Access to Justice Dilemma (2015) II(3) International Journal of Legal and Social Studies 94 [with Victoria Murray].

A dangerous method? Defending the rise of business law clinics in the UK (2015) 49(2) The Law Teacher 165.

Transferring Power: a reflective exploration of authentic student-centred small group work in clinical legal education”, (2015) 22 International  Journal of Clinical Legal Education 181.

Students as facilitators: an evaluation of student-led group work (2015) 9(1) Practitioner Research in Higher Education 52.

Regulating Clinic: Do UK Clinics Need to Become Alternative Business Structures Under the Legal Services Act 2007? (2014) 20 International Journal of Clinical Legal Education 519. 


Twitter trolls: time for academics to fight back?, Times Higher Education blog, August 2016.

Emerging methodologies welcome here? Not according to twitter, BERA blog, July 2016.

Why collaboration should be your New Year’s Resolution, Piirus Blog, January 2016.

Serial shines spotlight on Innocence Projects – it would be a crime not to, The Conversation, December 2014.

Pro bono is great education for law students, but they shouldn’t fill gap left by legal aid cuts, The Conversation, November 2014.

“Do something for free?!”: Why engaging with pro bono legal work might be the best thing you ever do at law school, The Student Lawyer.

No one size fits all: not for profit legal service providers cannot be treated like law firms (2012) Solicitors Journal,  156(34), p. 10 (feature).

Consultation Papers

Formal response to the Ministry of Justice’s call for evidence in relation to legal regulation, September 2013

Formal response to the Legal Service Board’s consultation paper on the regulation of special bodies carrying out reserved activities, August 2012