Lancashire Law School
Harris Building, HB257
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Bridget Martin obtained an external London LLB (Hons) by private study and started teaching after obtaining a Post Graduate Certificate in Education.
She has now been a member of Lancashire Law School (formerly the Law Department) at UCLan for about 20 years and has also taught part-time at Bolton University. She has some useful and longstanding contacts within the Department of the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, (DEFRA) Natural England, the Royal Society for the Protection Birds and the Royal Society for the Protection of Animals. She is a DEFRA consultee and a member of the Forum on Invasive Non-Native Species.
Animal protection and the red fox: could licensing provide an answer Environmental Law Review 1999.
Protecting Badger Setts after the Green Case Journal of Planning and Environmental Law 2003.
Her main areas of interest are environmental and planning law and, because she came from a scientific background and she has always been enthusiastic about natural history, she specialises in conservation and wildlife law. Indeed, she looks forward to supervising students who are researching in this area.