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Mr Richard Glover

Mr Richard Glover

Senior Lecturer

  • Email address R.Glover@wlv.ac.uk
  • Phone number 01902 32 1627
  • Location MH010, Mary Seacole Building, Nursery Street, Wolverhampton West Midlands WV1 1AD.
  • Faculty Faculty of Social Sciences
  • Institute University of Wolverhampton Law School
  • Areas of expertise

    The Law of Evidence, Public Order law and Criminal law.

I am a qualified solicitor and practised in criminal law in London and South Wales before joining the University.

The Law of Evidence, Public Order law and Criminal law.

  • Society of Legal Scholars (Council Member)
  • Advance HE (Fellow)
  • Association of Law Teachers
  • British Society of Criminology
  • The Law Society
  • Wolverhampton Law Society
  • Welsh Legal History Society
  • MSc Politics & Sociology, University of London.
  • Qualified Solicitor (on the Roll of Solicitors).
  • Certificate in Teaching & Learning in Higher Education, University of Wolverhampton.
  • LLB Law, University of Aberystwyth.
  • R. Glover, ‘Good character directions: some implications of Hunter for Fraud Act prosecutions’ in C. & N. Monaghan (eds) Financial Crime and Corporate Misconduct, A Critical Evaluation of Fraud Legislation (Routledge 2018).
  • R. Glover, ‘Keeping the peace and preventive justice – a new test for breach of the peace?’ (2018) Public Law (Jul) 444-460.
  • R. Glover, ‘When we smash windows… Black Blocs and Breaches of the Peace’ [2017] Criminal Law Review 830-846.
  • R. Glover, Murphy on Evidence (Oxford University Press) 15th edn, 2017.
  • R. Glover, Westlaw UK Insight articles on Criminal Hearsay and Res Gestae (2014-present).
  • R. Glover, Murphy on Evidence(Oxford University Press) 14th edn, 2015.
  • R. Glover, Murphy on Evidence (Oxford University Press) 13th edn, 2013.
  • R. Glover, ‘Open Justice – the principled case for televising courts’, The Barrister (2014) No 60, 29/4/14-23/5/14.
  • R. Glover, ‘Criminal Evidence and Human Rights: Reimagining Common Law Procedural Traditions: Roberts & Hunter’ [2013] Criminal Law Review 176-179.
  • R. Glover, ‘The uncertain blue line: police cordons and the common law’ [2012] Criminal Law Review 245-260.
  • R. Glover, ‘The presumption of innocence: evidential and human rights perspectives: A. Stumer’ (2011) 15(1) International Journal of Evidence and Proof 89-9.
  • R. Glover & P. Murphy, Murphy on Evidence (Oxford University Press) 12th edn, 2011.
  • R. Glover, ‘Can dishonesty be salvaged? Dishonesty and the grounding of the MSC Napoli’ [2010] 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, J. Lowther & M. Williams, ‘Salvage, pollution or looting? The stranding of the Napoli's cargo’ (2008) 19 Water Law 98-119.
  • R. Glover, ‘Regulatory offences and reverse burdens: the “licensing approach” ' (2007) 71 Journal of Criminal Law 259-277.
  • R. Glover, ‘Pause for Thought’ (2007) 157 New Law Journal 1334-5.
  • R. Glover, ‘Retrospectivity and the Human Rights Act 1998’ [2003] 4 European Journal of Current Legal Issues.

I am a qualified solicitor and worked for a number of years in criminal practice.