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Ms Christina Perry, AB (Princeton) JD (Virginia), Member of the New York State Bar, Solicitor


Senior Lecturer/Senior Tutor (Careers & Engagement), Deputy Dean for Taught Programmes (Learning Resources and Engagement & Retention) and Academic Lead, Engagement, Retention and Success

Telephone: 020 7882 5914
Room Number: Mile End


Christina joined Queen Mary in September 2011. Christina is the Senior Tutor for Careers and Engagement in the Law Department, Deputy Dean for Taught Programmes (Learning Resources and Engagement & Retention) in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, and the Academic Lead for Engagement, Retention and Success in the University. She teaches Law 4005: Elements of Contract Law and Law 5000: Experience in Legal Practice. Previously, she was a Lecturer at The City Law School.

Christina practiced law at Sullivan & Cromwell LLP and Debevoise & Plimpton LLP for seven years prior to entering academic life. She has experience in significant corporate transactions, including private equity transactions, Regulation S/Rule 144A equity offerings, project financings and internal corporate investigations. She is admitted to practice in New York State as well as in England and Wales. Christina is the Careers Liaison Tutor and is a Legal Advice Centre Subject Advisor for Contract law. Christina’s research interests include comparative contract law, legal education, and comparative banking regulation in the United Kingdom, the United States and Canada.

Undergraduate Teaching

  • LAW4005 Elements of Contract Law
  • LAW5000 Experience in Legal Practice



  • “Good Faith in English and US Contract Law: Divergent Theories, Practical Similarities” [2016] Business Law International 17 (1).
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