Ms Cerys Davies
Lecturer in Law
Legal Studies
Telephone: (01792) 606177
Room: Office - 124
First Floor
Digital Technium
Singleton Campus

Cerys Davies’ teaching draws on her extensive experience of working as a legal professional, both as a police officer with the Dyfed Powys Police Service, and as a practising solicitor, having specialised in Employment Law. She read Law at the universities of Oxford, Cardiff and South Wales, and, more recently, gained her PGCE from UWTSD. Her professional background and subsequent teaching career has shaped her pedagogical commitment to making students’ learning of the Law real and relevant. Cerys is a fluent Welsh-speaker and a keen advocate for the promotion of the language in both educational and legal contexts. She has a particular interest in ensuring that, alongside the attainment of knowledge, students develop the skills necessary for their future careers.

Cerys tutors on both the First Year Tort Law Modules, and the Second Year Criminal Law Modules (including Welsh medium seminars in both subject areas),  is Module Director for Tort II in Semester 2 and supervises the Litigant Help Desk at the Swansea Civil and Family Justice Centre.

Teaching

  • LAA111 Law of Tort 2

    While the law of tort in general is comprised of a number of distinct `torts¿, Law of Tort II is exclusively concerned with the tort of negligence. Negligence is numerically the most common and easily the most flexible in terms of the interests that it protects. Negligence is able to provide remedy in a number of situations including personal injury, psychiatric harm, property damage and economic loss. Law of Tort II will consider in detail all aspects of negligence from the inception of a claim to the eventual award of compensatory damages.

  • LAA111C Cyfraith Camwedd

    While the law of tort in general is comprised of a number of distinct `torts¿, Law of Tort II is exclusively concerned with the tort of negligence. Negligence is numerically the most common and easily the most flexible in terms of the interests that it protects. Negligence is able to provide remedy in a number of situations including personal injury, psychiatric harm, property damage and economic loss. Law of Tort II will consider in detail all aspects of negligence from the inception of a claim to the eventual award of compensatory damages.

  • LAA115 Law of Tort 2

    While the law of tort in general is comprised of a number of distinct `torts¿, Law of Tort II is exclusively concerned with the tort of negligence. Negligence is numerically the most common and easily the most flexible in terms of the interests that it protects. Negligence is able to provide remedy in a number of situations including personal injury, psychiatric harm, property damage and economic loss. Law of Tort II will consider in detail all aspects of negligence from the inception of a claim to the eventual award of compensatory damages.

  • LAA115C Cyfraith Camwedd

    While the law of tort in general is comprised of a number of distinct `torts¿, Law of Tort II is exclusively concerned with the tort of negligence. Negligence is numerically the most common and easily the most flexible in terms of the interests that it protects. Negligence is able to provide remedy in a number of situations including personal injury, psychiatric harm, property damage and economic loss. Law of Tort II will consider in detail all aspects of negligence from the inception of a claim to the eventual award of compensatory damages.

  • LAQ211 Law of Tort 2

    While the law of tort in general is comprised of a number of distinct `torts¿, Law of Tort II is exclusively concerned with the tort of negligence. Negligence is numerically the most common and easily the most flexible in terms of the interests that it protects. Negligence is able to provide remedy in a number of situations including personal injury, psychiatric harm, property damage and economic loss. Law of Tort II will consider in detail all aspects of negligence from the inception of a claim to the eventual award of compensatory damages.

Administrative Responsibilities

  • Module Director Tort 2 LAA 111/115/211

    2019 - Present

External Responsibilities

  • Supervision of student volunteers for the Litigant Help Desk, Civil and Family Justice Centre

    2018 - Present