Senior Lecturer, Speech and Language Therapy
Clinic Development Lead
School of Sport, Health and Wellbeing
I am a senior lecturer at Marjon and the clinic development lead. I am also a practising speech and language therapist in independent practice. I have worked in various settings including the NHS, in independent practice in Australia and in the UK and in higher education as a lecturer and researcher in the fields of psycholinguistics and speech and language sciences.
BSc (Hons) Speech and Language Therapy, London. 1995, PhD Lingusitics, Macquarie University, Sydney 2007, PostGraduate Certificate Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, Macquarie University, Sydney, 2008.
Module Lead: Project (3rd year), Writing a clinical research proposal (3rd year), Topics in Psychology (1st year). Additional teaching: Bioscience (1st year), Research methods
Reading development and disorders, Psycholingusitcs, Developmental and acquired language disorders, Emotional processing and Social Communication.
Law, C. and Cupples, L. (2006). Using the dual route model of reading to assess and design intervention programs for two boys with developmental surface dyslexia. [Abstract], Australian Journal of Psychology 58, p.8
Law, C., & Cupples, L. (2015). Thinking outside the boxes: Using current reading models to assess and treat developmental surface dyslexia Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, p.1-47 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
Law, C., Amore, T., Williams, W. H. & Tonks, J. (2019) Emotional Recognition Training with Children after Brain Injury; A Case Study. Applied Neuropsychology; Child, doi: 10.1080/21622965.2019.1699094
[Peer Reviewed Journal]
1. Member of Health and Care Profession Council (HPCP)
2. Member of the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists (RCSLT)
3. Member of Association of Speech and Language Therapists in Indepdendent Practice (ASLTIP)
4. Honorary Member, Macquarie Centre for Language Sciences, Linguistics
5. Adjunct Fellow, Linguistics, Macquarie University, Sydney
Journal reviewer: Applied Neuropsychology, Child.