Erin Ferguson joined the Law School as a Lecturer in September 2019. She holds an LLM (Distinction) in International Law and Sustainable Development from the University of Strathclyde and a BA from Smith College in the United States.
Prior to joining the Law School, Erin worked as a Tutor and Research Assistant at Strathclyde, where she is also completing her PhD. Her research examines the relationship between privatisation and access to official information in order to determine whether and how to extend transparency obligations to private bodies. Her broad research interests include information law and policy, human rights, and feminist legal theory.
Erin is the module leader for the Law of Torts and also contributes to teaching on Introduction to Legal Studies, Legal Skills and Procedure, and Contract Law. She also serves as the Diversity & Inclusion representative for the Law School.