Prof Alan Paterson
Tel : +44 (0)141 548 3341 (Ext. 3341)
- Face to Face Legal Services and Their Alternatives: The Global Lessons (Principal investigator)
- The Last Law Lords (Principal investigator)
- The Law Lords Revisited (Principal investigator)
- Collaboration with College of Law (Principal investigator)
Alan teaches on the following undergraduate courses:
- Law and the Legal Process 1
- Law and the Legal Process 2
- Legal Profession (Honours)
In the Diploma in Legal Practice he is the National Course Leader for Professional Ethics and the author of the Diploma Materials in Professional Ethics. He is the Co-ordinating tutor in Professional Ethics in the GGSL Diploma in Legal Practice and tutors in Professional Ethics in the Diploma.
Alan Paterson, LLB (Edin), D.Phil (Oxon), Solicitor, FRSA, FRSE joined the Law School in 1984 as a Professor of Law. He previously taught at Edinburgh University from 1975. He is Director of the Centre for Professional Legal Studies and was formerly Head of Department for six years and Director of the Centre for Law, Computers and Technology. He teaches in the areas of legal services and access to justice, professional ethics, legal profession and the judiciary. His research has focused on the legal profession, access to justice, poverty legal services and the judiciary.
Alan is involved with the following administrative tasks:
- Director of Centre for Professional Legal Studies
- CPLS Management Committee
- Glasgow Graduate School of Law Management Group
- Departmental Research Committee
- The University Hub Committee on IT
Alan is Chair of the International Legal Aid Group, Chair of the Legal Services Group of Citizens Advice Scotland, , Vice-Chair of the Joint Standing Committee on Legal Education , Past President of the Society of Legal Scholars and former Chair of the Committee of Heads of University Law Schools. He is a co-opted member of the Council of the Law Society of Scotland and a member of the Judicial Appointments Board for Scotland. Alan is Research Adviser to the Scottish Legal Aid Board.