Dr Catriona Cannon
- Lecturer in Commercial Law (School of Law)
Catriona joined the School of Law as a Lecturer in Commercial Law in November 2018. She has a PhD (2018) and a LL.B with Honours in Scots Law (2003) from the University of Glasgow and a Diploma in Legal Practice (2004) from the Glasgow Graduate School of Law. After completing a legal traineeship, she worked for many years in commercial legal practice as a qualified solicitor specialising in Employment Law.
Her research interests are primarily in the areas of Labour Law and Anti-Discrimination Law. Her PhD thesis considers the exceptions to the equality in employment principle afforded to religious employers in Great Britain. Using comparative and empirical methodologies, she makes a case for applying freedom of association principle to their interpretation.
She teaches both commercial and private law subjects in the School and is a member of the School’s Law Reform and Public Policy research group.
Catriona’s research interests are primarily in Labour Law and Anti-Discrimination law. She has a particular interest in researching issues pertaining to religion or belief in the workplace and in using empirical and comparative methodologies.
Research students under supervision
Elizabeth Devlin - 'Women in Corporate Law' (LLM by Research)
Elements of Law for Engineers
Business Organisations (Tutor)
Obligations 1B (Tutor)
Property, Trusts and Succession (Tutor)