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Dr Anne Lodge graduated from Teesside University with an LLB Law (first class honours) in 2003 and then went on to obtain a PhD from Durham University in 2008.
Her PhD research focused on criminal responsibility for intruding on the rights of innocent people, by examining the limits of three related exculpatory criminal law defences (self-defence, necessity and duress).
This research informs her teaching at both undergraduate and postgraduate level, where she leads modules in Criminal Law and Lawful & Unlawful Killing.
Summary of Research Interests
Anne's primary research focus is criminal law and criminal law theory, with a particular interest in criminal law defences.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › Research › peer-review