Mr Andrew Hayward, LLB(ELS) LLM
Andy Hayward holds degrees from the University of Durham (LLB (ELS) involving an ERASMUS year at the bilingual University of Fribourg in Switzerland) and the University of Cambridge (LLM). Andy is also currently completing a PhD on trusts of the family home under the supervision of Professor Lorna Fox-O'Mahony.
He is currently a permanent lecturer in Durham Law School. He is module convenor for Family Law, lectures the trusts of the family home component of the Equity course and supervises dissertations in related areas. He also supervises postgraduate research students in the areas of Family Law and Equity. In addition to his teaching commitments, he is Director of External Relations, has responsibility for maintaining connections with alumni and also administers Prizes and Scholarships within the Law School.
As a researcher at Durham Law School, Andy’s main interests lie in the historical and modern legal regulation of adult relationships. This focuses on marriage and civil partnerships along with challenges generated by informal arrangements such as cohabitation and home-sharing. His research concentrates on the family property issues generated by divorce, dissolution and relationship breakdown.
Legal History (especially the History of Family Law)
Trusts and Equity
- 2013: 'Trusts of the Family Home and the Frontiers of Family Property: Domestic and Comparative Perspectives' - The Modern Law Review Seminar Series - £2,870
- Hayward, A. (2012). 'Review of Marital Agreements and Private Autonomy in Comparative Perspective by Jens M Scherpe'. Australian Journal of Family Law 26: 174-176.
- Hayward, A. (2010). 'Review of Sharing Lives, Dividing Assets: An Inter-Disciplinary Study by Jo Miles and Rebecca Probert'. Child and Family Law Quarterly 22(3): 371-375.
- Hayward, A. (2010), Contextualising Home: The Devil's in the Detail, Modern Studies in Property Law. University of Oxford.
- Hayward, A. (2010), Uncovering the Identity of the Family Home: Recent Trends in Ownership Disputes over the Family Home in England and Wales, Association for Law, Property, and Society. Georgetown Law School, Washington DC.
- Hayward, A. (2008), Trusts of the Family Home: Legislative Intervention or Judicial Innovation, Institute for Commercial and Corporate Law, Durham Law School..
Essays in edited volumes
- Hayward, A. (2013). Finding a Home for 'Family Property': Stack v Dowden & Jones v Kernott. In Landmark Cases in Land Law. Gravells, N. Hart.
- Hayward, A (2012). ‘The ‘Context’ of Home: Cohabitation and Ownership Disputes in England and Wales’. In Community, Home and Identity. Diamond, M & Turnipseed, T Ashgate. 179-206.
Journal papers: academic
- Hayward, A (2012). 'Family Property' and the Process of Familialisation of Property Law'. Child and Family Law Quarterly 24(3): 284-303.
- Hayward, A. (2009). Family Values in the Home: Fowler v Barron. Child and Family Law Quarterly 21(2): 242-256.