Staff Profiles


Mr Luke D Campbell

LLB, BCL (Oxon), AFHEA

Lecturer in Law, Liaison Manager to HKMA GDL/LLB Programmes

School of Law

Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

Luke Campbell

Phone number: 01865 484936

Email: l.campbell@brookes.ac.uk

Location: Headington Hill Hall, H2.08

Luke joined the School of Law at Oxford Brookes University in 2017 as an Associate Lecturer in Law. He was appointed to a Teaching Fellowship in 2018 and to a Lectureship in 2020. He is the Liaison Manager to the School’s GDL/LLB programme administered by the Hong Kong Management Association. Luke is also an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. 

His previous academic appointments were at the University of Reading and the University of Oxford at which he held posts at Ballio, Brasenose, St Anne’s and Worcester Colleges.

Industry experience
Before he became an academic, Luke worked for the Law Commission for England and Wales. Whilst at the Commission he undertook detailed research and policy work on property law reform projects. During this time he also worked as a freelance researcher undertaking research work for a number of academics and legal professionals in the areas of property law, wills, land registration and fundamental rights; he has also co-authored publications in these fields.

Luke has spent time in private practice working in the fields of conveyancing and private client.

He has also been a Chief Executive Officer, Chief Financial Officer and Business Manager of a Charitable Incorporated Organisation.

Education
Luke graduated top of his year, from Oxford Brookes, with a first class degree in law and numerous prizes for his academic performance.

He was awarded a graduate scholarship by the University of Oxford to read for the Bachelor of Civil Law at Brasenose College. Luke was also made a Lord Justice Holker Scholar of the Honourable Society of Gray’s Inn.

Luke completed his postgraduate work at Oxford having been awarded the Gray's Inn Tax Chamber Prize for his achievements in the law of personal taxation. Whilst at Oxford Luke was an assistant editor to the OUCLJ.

He is currently working towards a postgraduate certificate in teaching in higher education at Oxford Brookes.