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Valerie Baker

Name:
Mrs Valerie Baker
Job Title:
27550 Sessional Lecturer
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Contact

Responsibilities

  • IFP Co-ordinator

Valerie Baker currently teaches on the following courses:

  • International Law Foundation - English Legal System, Contract and Tort Law.
  • General Introduction to Law
  • Essentials of Law and Business
  • Introduction to Business Law

And on the following LLB course:

  • Contract Law

She assists Simone Godden with the Taylor's University College Programme.

She is also a personal tutor for some of the Taylor's University College students.

Areas of Interest

Research groups / Centres

Publications

Qualifications

BA (Hons) English and History of Art (Oxford Brookes); GDL (City University); LPC (Guildford); solicitor enrolled in 1985

Biographical details

Valerie Baker joined the University of Reading in 2001 working part-time as Law Tutor to the International Foundation Programme. She became a Teaching Fellow with the School of Law in 2008 assisting with tutorials in General Principles of Law, and with lectures and tutorials in Contract Law. She became a personal tutor for some of the Taylor's University College Students.

For many years she was a teacher and examiner on the Law 'A' Level course.

Before joining University of Reading, Valerie was attached to the Business School at Oxford Brookes University as a part-time assistant lecturer, and with the Open University.

Since qualifying as a solicitor in 1985, she has held occasional positions in legal practice.

She has worked for both Air France and British Airways and a publishing company in London.

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