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New Head of School of Management and Social Sciences

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The School of Management and Social Sciences (MSS) at St Mary’s University, Twickenham has appointed Christopher Hull as its new Head. Chris first joined St Mary’s in 2006 as a Senior Lecturer and the Programme Director for Business Law. He became an Academic Director in 2008, overseeing teaching and learning and quality assurance within the School. Since 2006, Chris has taken the lead in the transformation of the law programmes at St Mary’s; most notably the qualifying law degree which began in 2012 and the recent launch of the Centre for Law and Culture. chris-hull The School has seen a notable expansion this semester, with the recent appointments of Dr Amanda Simon, Dr Caroline Healy, Dr Marcelle Fernandes and Mark Mackarel to the team. Of his appointment Chris said, “It is an immense privilege to have been appointed as the Head of School for Management and Social Sciences. Having worked in the School since joining St Mary's in 2006, I know the dedication, enthusiasm and professionalism that colleagues bring to their roles and the sense of pride that they have in their students. “I look forward to working closely with colleagues within the School and collaboratively across the institution to overcome future challenges, strengthen and expand our curriculum, support and engage our students and the wider community, and develop our national and international reputation.” Chris has considerable experience of managing and teaching on a range of business, law and public services programmes in both further and higher education. His main teaching interests focus on tort law and employment law. Chris was called to the bar in 1999, he is an experienced external examiner, a fellow of the Higher Education Academy and a previous chair of the Association of Law Teachers.
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