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Cambridge Centre for Property Law

 

Biography

Professor Sarah Nield is Professor of Property Law within Southampton Law School at the University of Southampton.

Her research interests lie primarily in the fields of property law and equity, as well as company and commercial law. She has published widely in her areas of interest.

Her current research work focuses on the horizontal impact of human rights, the dynamics of property relations and security interests in property, both to support residential and corporate lending.

In relation to human rights her work examines the impact of human rights upon property principles primarily through Article 1 Protocol 1 and Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms (ECHR). At the present time she is exploring rights based influences on securing disability adaptions to property as well as approaches to the horizontal impact of the ECHR upon contractual and property relations.   

 

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Professor Sarah  Nield
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Centre Fellow Richard Castle publishes the 2nd edition of Drafting Guide for Private Legal Documents

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Women and the Chancery Bar

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18 November 2019

The Centre is delighted to announce that Professor Brendan Edgeworth, Professor Sarah Nield, Dr Lisa Whitehouse and Professor Chris Willmore are joining as new Fellows.

The Association for Law, Property, and Society Announces its 11th Annual Meeting

18 November 2019

Tulane University Law School is honoured to host ALPS in May 2020 for an exciting conference that will feature plenary panels on comparative property law and concurrent panels on a wide array of property topics.