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Daniel Monk

Daniel Monk, LLB (University of Warwick), LLM (London School of Economics), Solicitor. Daniel joined the Law School as a Lecturer in January 2003. He was promoted to Senior Lecturer in 2006, to Reader in Law in 2012 and to Professor of Law in 2017. From 1996–2002 he was a lecturer in law at Keele University. Daniel is the current director of the Birkbeck Institute of Gender and Sexuality (BIGS), and assistant editor for Child and Family Law Quarterly.

Daniel’s research has contributed to debates about will-writing and inheritance, home-education, homophobic bullying, and he has contributed to numerous radio programmes, including Moral Maze and Bringing up Britain.

Daniel Monk is currently a guest lecturer at Antwerp University. In addition to teaching students on the Comparative and International Family Law course, he will give two faculty lectures: ‘Changing Faces of Homophobia’, examining the limits of equality rights claims, and ‘E.M. Forster, Heritage & Inheritance’, using the will of one writer to examine the relationship between law and literature and the fate of inheritance tropes.

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Daniel Monk

Daniel Monk, LLB (University of Warwick), LLM (London School of Economics), Solicitor. Daniel joined the Law School as a Lecturer in January 2003. He was promoted to Senior Lecturer in 2006, to Reader in Law in 2012 and to Professor of Law in 2017. From 1996–2002 he was a lecturer in law at Keele University. Daniel is the current director of the Birkbeck Institute of Gender and Sexuality (BIGS), and assistant editor for Child and Family Law Quarterly.

Daniel’s research has contributed to debates about will-writing and inheritance, home-education, homophobic bullying, and he has contributed to numerous radio programmes, including Moral Maze and Bringing up Britain.

Daniel Monk is currently a guest lecturer at Antwerp University. In addition to teaching students on the Comparative and International Family Law course, he will give two faculty lectures: ‘Changing Faces of Homophobia’, examining the limits of equality rights claims, and ‘E.M. Forster, Heritage & Inheritance’, using the will of one writer to examine the relationship between law and literature and the fate of inheritance tropes.

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