Sarah King

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Lecturer
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Bio

Teaching

Sarah teaches on the following courses:
 
- Commercial Law
- Scottish Property Law
- Real Estate and Commercial Practice (Honours)
- Law in Practice (Honours)
- Scots Property Law (Honours)

Biography

Sarah joined the School of Law as a Lecturer in 2013, prior to which she was a solicitor at Tods Murray in Edinburgh.

In private practice Sarah specialised in commercial litigation and property litigation. Before qualifying as a solicitor, Sarah spent a year as a legal assistant at the Scottish Law Commission, working on the Land Registration and Leasehold Conversion projects. She was also a part-time tutor in Property, Trusts and Succession at Edinburgh University for eight years.

Research

Scots private law, in particular property law and commercial law.

Publications

King, S 2014,

'The scope of protective costs orders' Scottish Planning and Environmental Law, vol 2014, no. 161.

Research output: Contribution To Journal



King, S 2013,

'Planning permission or no planning permission?' Scottish Planning and Environmental Law, vol 2013, no. 159.

Research output: Contribution To Journal



King, S 2013,

'Clear boundaries' Scottish Planning and Environmental Law, vol 2013, no. 160.

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Skea, S & Steven, AJM 2010,

'The landlord's hypothec: difficulties in practice' Scots Law Times, vol 22, pp. 120-123.

Research output: Contribution To Journal