Dr Victoria Hamlyn
Lecturer in Law (Education)
School of Law, Criminology and Government (Faculty of Business)
Lecturer in Law
Undergraduate Law Programme Leader
PALS Academic Co-ordinator, Plymouth Law School
Personal Tutor - LLB and GDL
LL.B (Hons), University of Plymouth (2006)
LL.M International and Comparative Public Law with Distinction, University of Exeter (2008)
Certificate of Professional Development: Learning and Teaching for General Teaching Associates (2011)
Ph.D, The Legal Regimes Governing Marine Renewable Energy in England and Wales, University of Plymouth (2015)
Equity and Trusts - LAW3232
Economics, Law and Politics for Marine Renewable Energy - MAR527
Business Law - LAW1211
Contemporary Legal Issues - LAW1213
Contract Law - LAW1209
Graduate Employability and Achievement Record - LAWGEAR1, LAWGEAR2 & LAWGEAR3
Dissertation (Undergraduate) - LAW3222
Offshore Renewable Energy Law (Module Lead) - LAW704
Marine Planning and Environmental Impact Assessment - LAW702
Dissertation (Postgraduate) - LAW703
The legal regimes governing marine renewable energy in England and Wales
Offshore renewable energy and property rights
Offshore renewable energy and international law
Pedagogic and empirical research on Peer Assisted Learning Schemes (PALS) in the context of legal education
Personal Development Planning in HE
Groot, J., Bailey, I., Xu, J., Hamlyn, V., "Overview of the general stakeholder and regulatory framework impacting on marine renewable energy in the region - Regulatory frameworks regarding consultation in marine renewable energy in England" (2012), (Research Report).
Hamlyn, V., ‘The Legal Regimes Governing Marine Renewable Energy in England and Wales’, Plymouth Law Review (2009) 1, pp 152-156.
Presentations and Conference Proceedings
Harris, C., Hamlyn, V., and Childs, P., "Who owns PALS?", Vice Chancellor's Teaching and Learning Conference, Plymouth University, (2013).
Hamlyn, V., “The legal regimes governing marine renewable energy in England and Wales”, presented at PRIMaRE Annual Research Conference, Tremough, (2010).
Hamlyn, V., and Xu, J., "The Legal Regime in relation to Permitting and Consenting for Marine Renewable Energy Development in England and Wales", presented at Ocean Power Conference, Portugal, (2009).
Hamlyn, V., ‘Climate Change Regimes in the Context of Marine Renewable Energy and Some Potential Legal Difficulties Facing Marine Renewable Energy Development in England and Wales’, Plymouth Postgraduate Symposium Proceedings, (2009), pp 377-384.