Professor Matthew Humphreys MBE
Head of School
Kenry House 01-055
Kingston Upon Thames KT2 7LB
- 020 8417 9000 Ext: 65165
Matthew Humphreys became Head of School at Kingston Law School in August 2007. He previously worked as a Senior Lecturer at the University of Surrey, where he was Director of Education in the Law School from 2005-2007. He received his LLB from Exeter University in 1991, and his PhD from Anglia Ruskin University in 2001.
Matthew Humphreys is a CEDR accredited Mediator.
An expert in environmental law, other aspects of EU law, transport policy, urban regeneration and social justice, Matthew Humphreys was chair of EC1 New Deal for Communities 2005-2011. He currently is supervising three full time PhD projects, and one part time and is interested in hearing from any candidate with interests in mediation, environmental law and policy, regeneration or EU law.
Other activities include Professor at the University of Notre Dame and Trustee for Help on Your Doorstep
Matthew Humphreys' current research and writing consider sustainability and the sustainable development concept in European Union law. He is working on projects developing understanding of localism, community empowerment and regeneration.
European Union law.
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
Humphreys, Matthew (2007) Disproportionate and discriminating environmental protection: case 320/03 Commission v. Austria. Environmental Law Review, 9(2), pp. 137-147. ISSN (print) 1461-4529
Humphreys, Matthew (2004) Free movement and roadblocks: the right to protest in the single market, case C-112/00 Schmidberger Internationale Transporte and Planzüge v Austria. Environmental Law Review, 6(3), pp. 190-195. ISSN (online) 1740-5564
Humphreys, Matthew (2002) Charging for road use: tolls and environmental protection in the European Union. Journal of Business Law, 2002(Mar), pp. 195-209. ISSN (print) 0021-9460
Humphreys, M. and Williams, C. (2010) European Union law: doing business in Europe. In: Wright, Frank, (ed.) Doing business in Europe. London, U.K. : Thomson Reuters (Legal). pp. EUL 001-EUL 3902. ISBN 9780863251290