Daniel Attenborough


Daniel Attenborough is an Associate Professor in Corporate Law at Durham University. He holds degrees from Nottingham Trent (BA, 1996-1999), Leicester (LLM (Distinction), 2002-2003), and Leeds (PhD, 2004-2008) universities.  His principal and current research and teaching interests are in the fields of corporate and commercial law, in the broadest sense; he has published widely on directors' duties, shareholder rights, comparative company law, and corporate governance theory. His scholarship has appeared in various leading law journals, including Legal Studies, Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly, European Business Organization Law Review, and the Journal of Environmental Law. Daniel was a previous winner of the prestigious Best Paper Prize at the Society of Legal Scholars annual conference, which was held at Downing College, Cambridge University. He has also held visiting posts at various institutions, most recently the University of California, Berkeley, and the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, London. Daniel is also a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (HEA). 


PhD, LLM (Distinction); BA (Hons)


Society of Legal Scholars