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Professor Caroline Hunter
BA (Oxon), PG Dip., Barrister
I joined York Law School in 2008.
Previously I worked at the University of Manchester, Sheffield Hallam University and the University of Nottingham. I have also been a guest scholar at the Law School, Flinders University, Adelaide, South Australia.
Prior to my academic career, I worked as a barrister and developed a specialist practice in relation housing and local government.
My research focus is on the boundaries between law, policy and practice, particularly in the area of housing policy and law. My research has a strong empirical element and I have been a worked of projects funder by Office of the Deputy Prime Minister (now DCLG), Department for Constitutional Affairs, Home Office, Housing Corporation, Nuffield Foundation, Joseph Rowntree Foundation and the ESRC. These have included both small and large (involving several collaborators) scale projects on a number of which I have acted as project director.
I have an on-going interest in property guardians: see http://propertyguardianresearch.co.uk/research/
I teach on the following modules: