Mrs Elizabeth Critchely
Elizabeth has a MA in Literae Humaniores (Classics) from the University of Oxford. After university, she qualified and was in practice as a solicitor in central London. Elizabeth recently retired, after twenty two years as a senior lecturer in Law at Nottingham Trent University, where she specialised in Trusts Law.
In addition to teaching, Elizabeth was tutor for the Final Year with responsibility for the oversight of pastoral and disciplinary matters and academic progression of all final year students on the Law School’s undergraduate programmes. She also taught on the post graduate professional courses in law and was a programme leader for the Graduate Diploma in Law.
Originally from Northumberland, Elizabeth lives in Leicestershire with her husband, Stephen. Her two sons, Thomas and William, who live and work in London, are former pupils of Loughborough Grammar School. She has been a governor of a local primary school and a churchwarden.