Administration and Faculty


Administration and Faculty

The Co-Directors of the Summer London Law Programme are Professor Geoffrey Bennett and Professor Stephen Cribari.

Professor Geoffrey Bennett, Notre Dame Law School, first joined the Notre Dame London faculty in 1992 and has served as a director of the program since 1995. He earned his B.A. from Cambridge University (England) in 1974 and was called to the Bar in 1975. He has taught at the universities of Liverpool, Leeds and City University, London and held visiting professorships at the University of Louisville, Kentucky. His areas of academic interest include cultural property, criminal procedure, the law of education, contract law and comparative law.

Professor Stephen J. Cribari, St. Lawrence University, B.A. Catholic University, J.C.L., J.D. A former Federal Public Defender who has twice argued before the U.S. Supreme Court, he teaches criminal procedure, law and archaeology, evidence, physical evidence/expert testimony, and criminal law. He is the Reporter for the Criminal Pattern Jury Instruction Committee of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit, is on the faculty of ATF’s National Firearms Examiner Academy, and is a member of NIJ’s Technical Working Group on Digital Evidence in the courtroom. Professor Cribari designed, and has conducted, the moot court component of the FBI Computer Analysis Response Team’s examiner qualification training program. In 2003, he was recognized by the FBI for outstanding public service. He joined the faculty of the National Judicial College in 2009 (teaching advanced evidence). In 2011, with Professor Don Judges of the University of Arkansas School of Law, Professor Cribari designed and taught a Judicial Symposium for the Navy-Marine Corps Court of Criminal Appeals.

Other faculty members are expected to be as follows:

Professor Gregory received a LL.B from Exeter University and a LL.M from Cambridge University. He is Honorary Fellow at Kingston University Law School in South London. He is a Barrister of Inner Temple and has also taught at East London, Bedfordshire, City and Surrey Universities. His areas of academic interest include English Legal System and History, property law and trusts.

Professor Hawker received a LL.B. from University of Buckingham and a LL.M. from the London School of Economics. She is a Senior Lecturer in Law at London Guildhall University. She previously served as Senior Lecturer in the Department of Law and course director of the postgraduate distance learning course in Maritime Law at London Metropolitan University.

Professor Moens received a JD from the Catholic University of Leuven (Belgium); a LLM from Northwestern University; a PhD from the University of Sydney; a GCEd from the University of Queensland, and a MBA from Murdoch University. He is a Professor of Law and Director of Research at Curtin University, Australia. He is a Chartered Arbitrator (FCIArb) and a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management (FAIM). He served as Dean of Law and Pro Vice Chancellor at Murdoch University, Australia. In 1999, he was co-winner of the Australian Award for University Teaching in law and legal studies. He also serves as the Editor-in-Chief of the International Trade and Business Law Review.