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Natalie Pratt


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Property Law

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Natalie joined the Dickson Poon School of Law in September 2014 as a Visiting Lecturer in Property Law, and PhD candidate with the Dickson Poon Scholarship. She now holds the position of Teaching Fellow in the law school, and teaches on the Law of Property and Law of Trusts modules.

Before joining King's College Natalie held a full-time lectureship at the University of Buckingham where she taught on the Land Law and Equity and Trusts LLB modules, as well as convening the Land Law module on the part-time LLB. She also convened the Legal Writing and Research module for the Foundation Programme within Buckingham Law School, as well as lecturing Contract Law on the part-time LLB. Natalie has also held an associae lectureship with the University of Surrey.

Natalie's PhD research examines the legal mechanisms that are availabe in a private property framework for the purposes of securing a limited access common-property arrangement. Prior to undertaking doctoral study Natalie undertook the Bachelor of Civil Law at the University of Oxford (St Hugh's College, 2013) and graduated with the subject prize in Advanced Property and Trusts. She also holds an LLB with first class honours from the University of Surrey.


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