Roger Thomas

Associate Lecturer

Faculty:Faculty of Business and Law

School:Economics, Finance and Law

Location: Cambridge

Areas of Expertise: Law

Roger is an academic with over 30 years of teaching experience. His areas of expertise include legal method and skills, contract law and land law.


An experienced academic, Roger has previously taught at a number of higher education institutions. He is currently undertaking a part-time PhD, focusing on the law of allotments, at Anglia Ruskin.

Research interests

  • The law of allotments


Law LLB (Hons)


  • LLB, Sheffield University
  • LLM, Queen Mary University of London

Memberships, editorial boards

  • Society of Legal Scholars
  • Association of Law Teachers

Recent presentations and conferences

Thomas, R., 2010. Community ownership? The ownership and regulation of allotments in England and Wales. Research paper delivered at SLSA conference, April 2010, the University of the West of England.

Thomas, R. with Dr Campbell, R., 2011. Land ownership, Karanis, a town in hellenistic Egypt, and Histon, Cambridgeshire, looking forward or back? Research paper presented at SLSA conference, April 2011, University of Sussex.