Professor Haydn Davies is an Associate Professor and Director of research at the Birmingham City University’s law school. His area of expertise are: environmental regulation, environmental policy and law in Wales and the relationship between human rights and environment protection. Professor Davies has taught and researched in environmental technology and toxicology and more recently in environmental law, regulation and governance and on the relationship between human rights and the environment and particularly in the context of environmental justice and climate change. He has written many outstanding publications and serves as a supervisor to Ph.D. students both from the UK and abroad.  Professor Davies has taught on the LLB course, the LL.M International Human Rights, LL.M International Business Law and LL.M Planning Law.

He is a trustee and assistant vice chair of the UK Environmental Law Association and deputy chair of the UKELA Brexit task force.  Formerly, as the co-convenor of the UKELA Wales Working Group, he has given oral evidence to the Welsh Assembly Committee on Environment and Sustainability on three occasions. He holds an honours degree and PhD in Biochemistry from University College Cardiff and a first class honours degree in law from the University of Central England.

Professor Davies’ outstanding achievements and many years of experience in academia and advisory roles, coupled with his talents and experience will guide governments, organisations and academic institutions in all aspect of environmental law- and policy-related issues both from national and international perspectives.