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Comerford, Elizabeth

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  • Senior Lecturer (Teaching and Scholarship), Law
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20102014

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Biography

Liz joined Dundee Law School from practice in August 2012 having previously taught part-time within the School on both the LLB and Diploma in Professional Legal Practice Courses.
 
Liz has extensive experience in practice having been a partner in the Tayside firm of Thorntons for a number of years where she worked within their residential property unit and latterly as a projects partner.
 
She was a member of The Property Law Committee of The Law Society of Scotland from 2005-2013 and has presented externally on both property and risk management topics.
 
Liz is a member of the Board of Examiners of the Law Society of Scotland.

Teaching

Scots Law of Property, Real Estate and Commercial Practice and Law in Practice within the LLB and various modules within the Diploma in Professional Legal Practice

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Love thy neighbour ( but not their front lawn)

Comerford, E., 2014, In : Scottish Planning and Environmental Law. 162, p. 29-31 3 p.

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High Hedges and Neighbours

Comerford, E., Aug 2013, In : Edinburgh Law Review. 17, 3, p. 415-419 4 p.

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Location, Location, Location

Comerford, L. & Brymer, S., 2013, In : Scots Law Times. 26, p. 183-187

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  • Information security: managing the risks

    Comerford, E. & MacLean, C., Nov 2012, In : ABI Investigators Journal . Autumn, p. 18-19 2 p.

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    The threat from within

    Comerford, L., 13 Aug 2012, In : Journal of the Law Society of Scotland. 57, 8, p. 40-41 2 p.

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