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  Dr Caroline Gibby Dr Caroline Gibby Address: 11 Park Place East Sunderland SR2 EE Email: | Telephone: +44 (0)7828165540 PERSONAL STATEMENT A committed, knowledgeable and capable Leader, educational innovator Researcher, Programme and curriculum developer. Highly experienced in project and team management, strategic planning and budget management, as well as design and construction of new Programmes. A confident presenter and experienced Teacher, able to impart complex information to audiences of all levels. Reviewer for Peer review journals and External Panel member for the validation of year 0, foundation degree, LLB and Postgraduate Vocational and Academic Programmes. EMPLOYMENT HISTORY 07/2018  –  Present  Head of School of Law | University of Sunderland Tyne and Wear ●   Team Leader and Principal Tutor ●   Teaching on UG / LPC Commercial law, Business law, Public Law and Solicitor tutor for the Law Clinic ●   Designing and developing cross curriculum UG AND PG Law academic and vocational Programmes ●   Leading on SQE development across School, including working with Medical school and Social work schools on development of OSCE based programmes / Standardised client training ●   Lead member of national consortium on development of cross university bank resources for SQE 1 and preparation for SQE 2 ●   Dealing with University process issues and Programme development across faculty and Regulatory bodies ●   Research lead and developer ●   Director of Studies and Supervisor for PhD students ●   Supervises undergraduate and Postgraduate Masters students ●   UoA REF AND TEF Lead for Law and wider faculty ●   Principal Research lead in Legal technology development bids in conjunction with Computing and Digital design ●   Cross University role developing professional ethics programmes ●   Experienced External and New programme External panel member 09/2014  –  07/2018  Senior lecturer | Northumbria University, Newcastle, Tyne and Wear      Programme lead developer and designer of Foundation law Programme which supported progression onto the Mlaw and LLB UG courses. - Foundation year grew from 60 to 180, with excellent retention    Dealing with all Compliance, and QAA matters    Lead on Standardised client, recruitment, training and preparation of clients assessors for the LPC interview and advocacy    Part of SQE response development team  Dr Caroline Gibby    Teaching on Innovation Creativity and Entrepreneurship Module, Student law Clinic, LPC Employment law, Wills and Probate, Property and practice, BPTC Alternate Dispute resolution and Ethics    Solicitor tutor  –  General civil matters Part of award-winning team in relation to Clinical legal education    Leading on validation panels across Law and Business HE Programmes focus on Assessment for learning methods and process 09/2012  –  05/2014  Law Programme leader | Newcastle College (HE) ●   Developed and designed innovative Degree Programme in legal practice in conjunction with external providers ●   Developed and designed innovative online Degree Programme on legal practice incorporating vocational qualification ○   Modules written and developed included Comparative paralegal practice, Ethics and paralegal practice ●   Designed and Taught English Legal Systems and Tort law ●   Assessment and validation lead for the Law team ●   Dealing with all validation and sector compliance requirements to meet HE and FE QAA 09/2010  –  09/2012 Various Roles including (This was when I was starting my Doctoral Studies at Newcastle University)    National Career Service o   Designing materials for website, and online delivery to support advisors giving information on Mental health issues and available support o   Providing advice and guidance on all aspects of careers    Law Team leader Sunderland College o   Maternity cover for law leader 09/2009 to 09/2010 Newcastle City Council Adult Education HEFCE lead and co-ordinator ●   Designed and restructured the HEFCE adult access Programme ●   Marshalled new Programmes through validation process  –  to meet HE and FE QAAA  ●   Taught and designed PTLLS, CTLLS AND DTLLS Programme  ●   Managed team of tutors Other employment 09/2007 to 09/2009   HELP THE AGED Wills and Legacies advisor Trainer for the advisor team on professional issues and practices    Providing advice and guidance for Wills, Probate, LPS and EPAs    Producing client facing materials 03/1990 to 09/2007 Bedford College Foundation degree Champion and Head of year 13  Dr Caroline Gibby    Developing and leading through validation range of FD Programmes including media, Law and psychology    Teaching CILEX and CIIMA programmes    Teaching and mentoring role for new teachers    Programme lead for Degree in Law and Psychology, dealing with all aspects of compliance and QAA (i.e. HND integrated within LLB)    Teaching on Stage 1 Criminal law, English legal system, Stage 2 History of the Criminal justice system, Criminology 05/1994 to 07/98 Parker Daker Partner in practice 09/1988 to 10/1990 Fennemores Milton Keynes Training contract achieved Admitted to the role 1/11/1990 EDUCATION 09/2013  –  08/2017  Newcastle University | Newcastle, Tyne and Wear EdD: HE policy and practice and legal Education Supervisor: Dr S Gibbs Dr J. Clark Thesis Title: Gibby, Caroline (2018) Constructing the role of the law teacher in the changing context of higher education policy and practice.  Doctoral thesis, NEWCASTLE UNIVERSITY. 09/2004  –  08/2006  University of Greenwich PGCE (PCET)  09/1987  –  07/1988  College of Law Guildford Law Society final All heads passed at first attempt 09/1987 -09/1988 CIPFA Centre GCC ALL MODULES ACHIEVED A STAGE 1 CIPFA ALL MODULES ACHIEVED 09/1983  –  06/1986  University of Liverpool  Dr Caroline Gibby LLB hons   ADDITIONAL SKILLS ●   Software: Windows, SPSS, NVIVO ●   Active researcher ●   Management and Administration of Programmes ●   Data Collection and Analysis  ●   Teaching, Tutoring and Presenting  ●   Peer Reviewing and Research mentor  PUBLICATIONS selected Gibby, Caroline and Broadbent, Graeme (2015) Sourcing accurate and individual careers advice –   challenges for law students and advisers.  The Law Teacher, 49 (3). pp. 398-406. ISSN 0306-9400 Gibby, Caroline and Ingleby, Ewan (2016) Law and ethics: problematising the role of the foundation degree and paralegal education in English post-compulsory education.  Research in Post-Compulsory Education, 21 (1-2). pp. 151-162. ISSN 1359-6748 Gibby, Caroline (2012) Critical thinking in Adult learners ARECLS 2013 vol 10 147-176 Peer Reviewer for International Journal for Clinical legal Education Conference papers  –  selected Durham University Teacher education conference March 2014 on collaboration author with Dr T Watson (Newcastle University) Why can’t young people with speech language and development disorders rely on the Criminal Justice system to be fair and impartial? ALT Conference 2017 A cunning plan? Everything that went wrong and right(ish) when designing an experiential first year module Elaine Hall/Adam Jackson, Nicola Wake, Jonathan Bainbridge, Brian Brewis, Clare Sandford-Couch, Caroline Gibby & Malvika Unnithan, Northumbria University SLS 2018 Integrating professional and ethical contexts: Two things for the price of one? Caroline Gibby, Amanda Newby & Lisa Down Northumbria University 2018 SLS Transforming the teacher role within Clinical Legal education: an exploration of the relationship between liminality and morphogenesis Caroline Gibby (Northumbria) 2019 Northumbria University Conference: Revisiting “Pressing Problems in the Law: What is the Law School for?” 20 years on–  Speaker Paper SQExit : What do we go from here? the careful roar from the North: paper to be published as part of post conference funding by the Modern Law Review Research award  Dr Caroline Gibby In partnership with Prof Agnes Toth University of West Hungary, Sopron. Research addressing the meaning and identities of University Academics across Europe, application for funding for International collaborative research accepted from Hungarian education Federation Research Partnership into resistance to teaching feedback within Higher Education, focusing on law teachers: a comparative with teachers and teacher practice in Applied University in GERA and HE college in the UK (Newcastle college) Collaborative partner: Christine Johannes PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS Member | The Law Society Member | Associate Fellow of Advanced Legal Scholars Member | Association of Law Teachers Member | Society of Legal Scholars Member | CLEO Treasurer | LERN REFERENCES ON REQUEST
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