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 David Chambers-White

David Chambers-White

Lecturer / Academic Mentor

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I have an extensive background in law, focusing on: business law; criminal; family and child welfare and have been teaching for over 25 years in both further and higher education. I have taught at many different levels including on professional, degree and apprenticeship programmes. I have previously won awards for ‘inspirational teaching’ and ‘outstanding student support’ and have won the Plymouth University SSTAR Award for ‘Most Dedicated Dissertation/Project Supervisor (Faculty Winner)’. I am also a qualified integrative psychotherapist and passionate about teaching and life-long learning and about inspiring, supporting and helping to develop the next generation of business and legal professionals. 

Administrative responsibilities:

I am an academic mentor and internal quality assurer for the degree apprenticeships within the University of Exeter Business School. My role is to support with the development of the work based element on the programmes and to assist with the development of portfolios ready for the End Point Assessment. 

Nationality: British


  • LLB (Hons)
  • Cert Ed (FE)
  • Adv Dip Couns
  • FHEA 

Research interests

  • Core intellectual skills for law  
  • Gender and sexuality issues within the law  
  • Pastoral care and support for students 

I have extensive prior experience in teaching the following modules at degree level: 

  • Principles of Business Law 
  • Employment Law 
  • Introduction to Criminological Theory 
  • The Criminal Justice System 
  • English Legal System and Method 
  • Criminal Law 
  • Work Based Learning 
  • Legal Research Skills 
  • Legal Writing and other Skills 
  • Family Law