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Elspeth Berry

Elspeth is an Associate Professor of Law at Nottingham Law School. In addition to her research, which focuses on partnership and LLP law but also includes human rights and EU law, she teaches and is Module Leader for Human Rights Law on both the LLB and LLM programmes, and Business Organisations on the LLM. She is currently supervising PhD students in the areas of human rights and commercial law. She is a member of the Centre for Business and Insolvency Law. Elspeth qualified as a solicitor in a leading commercial law firm before joining the Law School as a lecturer.

Elspeth's research focuses on partnership and LLP law, but also includes some work on human rights law and on EU law. She recently established the Partnership, LLP and LLC Law Academic Forum to promote debate on and collaboration in these subject areas, and completed the second edition of Partnership and LLP Law. Her most recent journal articles are on 'Limited partnership law and private equity: an instance of legislative capture?' (forthcoming in the Journal of Corporate Law Studies) and 'When is a partner/LLP member not a partner/LLP member? The interface with employment and worker status' (in the Industrial Law Journal).

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May 23, 2023 15:08 pm UTC| Law

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