Nick Roberts

Biography

Nick is a Principal Teaching Fellow at the University of Reading, School of Law. He has responsibility as School Director of Enterprise, is involved with the development of Pro Bono projects as part of the School's engagement in Enterprise activities and teaches on both LL.B and  BSc Real Estate and Planning programmes.

Nick Roberts came to Reading Law School in 2009, having previously been a Senior Lecturer at Oxford Brookes University since 2001. Prior to that he had been in private practice as a solicitor and notary public. He retains a consultancy as Legal Adviser to the Federation of Private Residents' Associations Ltd, a federation of over 500 leaseholders' associations and residents' management companies. His doctoral thesis, completed at Southampton University, compares commonhold tenure with the variant of leasehold tenure where the freehold is vested in and managed by a Residents' Management Company.

Nick's areas of interest are property law, with particular reference to Landlord and Tenant Law, Leasehold Reform and Commonhold. He has written widely on a variety of property law topics and is the Bulletin Editor for and co-author of Division I of Butterworths Property Law Service.

Areas of Practice

Property