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Stuart Duffin

Programme Coordinator, Lecturer



Across my career, I have worked in the not-for-profit sector to secure peoples’ rights and access to justice: whether that is housing, employment, equality or citizenship. I have taught Law, Social Analysis and Community Development as an associate professor at Carlow Institute of Technology, Dublin City University, Brunel University, Queen Margaret University, Glasgow University, Hitotsubashi University, London School of Economics, Roehampton University and the University of West London. As an adviser to the University of Stockholm’s Families and Societies programme I have helped to shape public policy and practice at EU level, and for local, national and international governments. Currently, I sit on the Law Society of Scotland; I am chair of the Scottish Union of Supported Employment, a national charity working on supported employment; a member of the international working group on the litigant in person; and a trustee of the EMAS Foundation.


  • BSc (Hons) Geography & Economics

  • MPhil Housing

  • LLB

  • Phd Welfare & Economic Rights

  • Dip Financial Regulation and Governance

  • Dip Counselling

  • Cert In Parenting

  • Cert In Teaching and Learning (Transformative Education)

  • Dip in Artificial Intelligence

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