Wend Teeder is a research assistant at the Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, specialising in quantitative research. Her research areas are administrative and public law. She currently works for Professor Linda Mulcahy on a project funded by the National Institute for Health Research, examining dynamics of concerns, complaints and claims in a healthcare setting.
She completed her MPhil at the London School of Economics in 2019, conducting comparative quantitative analysis of trends in cases in the civil justice system and judicial review in England and Wales.
Wend has previously worked for Professor Mulcahy on a number of projects, most recently an ESRC funded pilot project concerned with socio-legal capacity building and on a European Research Council funded study examining Judicial conflict resolution in conjunction with researchers at Bar Ilan University in Israel.
MPhil, Law (2019), London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK
LLM (Distinction) (2009), Public Law and Human Rights, University College London, London, UK
LLB (1st class honours) (2008), Law, Cardiff University, Cardiff, UK
Administrative law; public law