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Email

ajh253@cam.ac.uk

Education CV

Education

B.A (hons) (Lancaster) (First Class); Dip. Law; LL.M by Research (Edin) (Distinction); Barrister (Middle Temple).

Prizes & Scholarships

2017-20: The Milsom Studentship in English Legal History (Selden Society, Ph.D);

2014-16: 3-4 South Square Chambers Scholarship (Middle Temple, BPTC);

2014-16: The Dean's Award (Northumbria Law School, BPTC);

2013-14: Tercentenary Award for Excellence (Edinburgh Law School, LL.M).

Academic & Teaching

2018- : Co-Convenor Centre for English Legal History;

2018- : Supervisor in Land Law and Legal History;

2018- : Teaching Associate in Land Law & Equity, Queen Mary University of London.

Fields of research

English Legal History;

Equity and Trusts;

Land Law.

 

Uses in the Later Fifteenth and Early Sixteenth Centuries: Doctrine and Practice.

Summary

Ashley is a private lawyer whose research focuses on the historical development of trust law. He is particularly interested in the historical development of uses, a medieval precusor to the modern day trust, in the period from c. 1483-1529. Ashley's doctoral thesis touches on legislation, litigation and practice relating to uses in this period, with particular focus on the statute 1 Ric. III, c. 1 (1484) and the doctrinal development of uses up to the Statute of Uses (1536).

Supervisors

Dr Neil Jones

Prof. David Ibbetson

Start Date

Oct 2017

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