Trudie Amarh

Trudie Amarh LLB, LLM, PGCert, FHEA

Lecturer in Law and Criminology

Trudie studied at the School of Law and Criminology as an undergraduate before working as a paralegal for five years, specialising in immigration, personal injury, and civil litigation. Trudie then returned and did the LLM International Commercial Law at Greenwich, followed by a PGCE in teacher training.  Trudie is currently undertaking her Professional Doctorate.


Responsibilities within the university

  • Lecturer in Law and Criminology
  • Employability Coordinator
  • Personal Tutor for Undergraduate Law students
  • Module Leader for Family Law
  • Module Leader Civil and Criminal Procedures
  • Supports Professional Services to increase student experience

Trudie also teaches on a number of other undergraduate law and criminology modules.


Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

Research / Scholarly interests

  • Trudie conducted her LLM dissertation on Female Genital Mutilation; A case for Asylum
  • Trudie is currently undertaking a Professional Doctorate in Crime, Policing and Security. Her thesis will critically examine how adultification of black youths during stop and search encounters causes trauma
  • Trudie’s other research areas include stop and search, policing of the black community, human rights, family law and civil litigation