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Prof Maria Lee
Appointment
  • Professor of Law
  • Faculty of Laws
  • UCL SLASH
Biography

Maria Lee joined UCL as a Professor of Law in 2007. She is co-director of the Centre for Law and the Environment, and a member of the Centre for Ethics and Law and Centre for Law and Governance in Europe.  She was a member of the Lancet / UCL Commission on climate change and health, which reported in 2009. She is a member of the editorial committee of the Modern Law Review and the Journal of Environmental Law.
Maria taught previously at King's College London and at the University of Central Lancashire.

Research Summary

Maria's research interests lie in the law and policy of environmental protection. She is particularly interested in the ways we make decisions on environmental matters, especially in areas of high technological complexity and controversy. She concentrates on the governance of decision making, examining the use of expertise, public participation and varied regulatory approaches. Maria's work also examines the borderlines between private law (especially tort) and environment / public health regulation. The private law of tort is frequently however called on to protect individual rights or interests (in eg property, physical integrity, amenity) affected by regulation itself or by a regulated activity. Where these private / individual rights and interests meet collective / public interests, the private law of tort meets regulation.

Teaching Summary
Undergraduate
Maria Lee contributes to the undergraduate course in tort law

Graduate
Maria Lee contributes to postgraduate courses in environmental law and policy

Maria Lee has supervised PhDs on a range of areas of environmental law, risk regulation and tort.

Academic Background
1994 Cert. Certificate – Legal Practice College of Law, London
1993 LLM Master of Laws – European Law The College of Europe
1992 BA Bachelor of Arts – Law with French University of Nottingham
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