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Friday, 3 February 2023

Law Teacher of the Year 2023 nominationCambridge University's Dr Andrew Sanger (Corpus Christi College/Lauterpacht Centre for International Law) is one of five individuals shortlisted for the title 'OUP Law Teacher of the Year 2023', sponsored by Oxford University Press. The final award will be made at this year’s Celebrating Excellence in Law Teaching conference, which will be held on 16 June and for which registration will be opening shortly.

The Law Teacher of the Year Award is a national award aimed at recognizing the vital role that teachers play in the education of tomorrow's lawyers, and rewarding achievement in teaching.

Following nomination, candidates will undergo a thorough judging process, whereby judges will visit to observe the candidates’ teaching methods, and conduct interviews with colleagues, students, Heads of Department as well as the teacher, to build up a body of evidence on which to base their decision.

The full list of nominees for Law Lecturer of the Year is:

  • Kimberley Brayson, Professor of Critical Jurisprudence - University of Leicester
  • Andrew Sanger, Associate Professor in International Law - University of Cambridge
  • Rob Stokes, Professor - University of Liverpool
  • Jo Wilson, Lecturer in Commercial Law - University of Sussex
  • Sadie Whittam, Lecturer in Law - University of Lancaster

This nomination follows Andrew's success in the Cambridge Students Union Student-Led Teaching Awards last year, where he won the 'Small-Group Teaching (Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences)' award. Nominations for the 2023 Cambridge SU awards are open now.



Law Teacher of the Year 2023