Professor Donald McGillivray is Professor of Environmental Law and Head of Sussex Law School. He has over 20 years’ experience researching and teaching environmental law. He was previously Professor of Law at the Kent Law School.
Donald is a co-author of Bell, McGillivray, Pedersen, Lees and Stokes, Environmental Law (9th ed, OUP) and has a broad interest in all aspects of environmental law. His current research interests include biodiversity and nature conservation law and – reflecting his research and teaching interests in land law - the law relating to the protection and sharing of open spaces including town and village greens. In addition to his academic work, Donald is an active member of the United Kingdom Environmental Law Association (UKELA) with a particular interest in building UKELA’s support for students through competitions and achievement awards.
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He has over 20 years’ experience researching and teaching environmental law. He was previously Professor of Law at the Kent Law School.