Pippa Rogerson is a Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Law and a fellow of Caius College. She has been Director of the Law Tripos in the Faculty, Director of Studies in Law in Caius, Tutor in Caius and a member of many college and university committees over the past 30 years.
She has had to balance the sometimes conflicting demands of the university, of the college and of her family throughout her career.
Pippa is committed to the teaching and learning of students both undergraduate and postgraduate. She is concerned about the careers of younger academics. She has a deep understanding and experience of the collegiate university. Pippa now considers that she can contribute constructively to the strategy of this great University through the Council.
Her interests in law are both academic and practical. She qualified as a solicitor with one of the major international firms in London. Pippa has written widely on private international law, including writing the undergraduate textbook in the subject. She has given advice to government and individuals. BREXIT issues now loom large in her research and teaching.
Pippa is a widow with five (mostly grown up) daughters and, she hopes, no resemblance to Mrs Bennet in Pride and Prejudice! She has been a governor of a school. She sings with a local choir and walks her dogs in her spare time.