Staff Profile: Richard Glover
University of Wolverhampton Law School
Direct line: 01902 321627
University of Wolverhampton
Faculty of Social Sciences
Mary Seacole Building
City Campus North
Areas of expertise:
Law of Evidence & Criminal Law
I am a qualified solicitor and practised in criminal law in London and South Wales before joining the University.
MSc Politics & Sociology, University of London
Qualified Solicitor (On the Roll of Solicitors)
LLB Law, University of Aberystwyth
Law of Evidence, Criminal Law and Employment Law
Professional body membership and roles
- Society of Legal Scholars (Council Member)
- Higher Education Academy (Fellow)
- Welsh Legal History Society
- Wolverhampton Law Society
- Law Society
My main interests are in public order law and policing, law of evidence and criminal law.
External academic roles
UKLSA Legal Issues Journal editorial board
- Murphy on Evidence (Oxford University Press) 14th edn due July 2015.
- R. Glover, ‘The uncertain blue line: police cordons and the common law’  Criminal Law Review 245-260.
- R. Glover, ‘Can dishonesty be salvaged? Dishonesty and the grounding of the MSC Napoli’  74 Journal of Criminal Law 53-73.
- R. Glover, J. Lowther & M. Williams, ’Salvage, pollution or looting? The stranding of the Napoli's cargo’ (2009) 15 Journal of International Maritime Law 65-78.
- R. Glover, ‘Regulatory offences and reverse burdens: the “licensing approach” ' (2007) 71 Journal of Criminal Law 259-277.