Ms Lindsey Harrison
BA Hons, Solicitors professional qualification, SFHEA, Construction Adjudicator
Principal Lecturer Student Experience, Solicitor and Senior Lecturer in Construction Law
School of the Built Environment
Lindsey is a Senior Lecturer in Construction Law, teaching law to both Construction and Real Estate students. After qualifying as a solicitor she worked for major firms in both London and Oxford, specialising in property law. She left practice to become a founder member of the Oxford Institute of Legal Practice which provided courses for the professional qualification required by solicitors.
She gained considerable advocacy and court experience working as a solicitor advocate for a large national charity. Leading on from this, she has qualified as a Construction Adjudicator with the CIARB and consequently brings construction dispute resolution as an area of expertise to the School.
Lindsey is in demand as a visiting lecturer at many of the London law schools and works as a writer and assessor for the assessment regime to be undertaken by extra-jurisdictional lawyers wishing to qualify into the jurisdiction of England and Wales.
Lindsey keeps up to date with current surveying practice in her role as a co-director of and legal consultant to a local surveying practice.
Teaching and supervision
- Building Surveying (BSc (Hons))
- Construction Project Management (MSc)
- Construction Project Management (BSc (Hons))
- Project Management in the Built Environment (MSc)
- Quantity Surveying and Commercial Management (BSc (Hons))
- Foundation Construction Law - 1st year
- Construction Law and Procurement - 2nd year
- Advanced Procurement and Dispute Resolution - 4th year
- Construction law and procurement – Masters
- Process Management - Masters
- Supervision of undergraduate and postgraduate dissertations
Lindsey has qualified as a SFHEA which reflects her interest in innovative teaching and specialism in teaching law to lawyers and non-lawyers, as well as teaching legal skills such as advocacy and dispute resolution. She has a particular interest in assessment methodology and ways in which new assessment methods can be used to address differing skills of students.
As a Principal Lecturer Lindsey in involved with a range of projects within the Faculty to improve students’ experience and learning.