Timothy S. Kaye
Professor of Law
LL.B., University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
Ph.D., University of Warwick, United Kingdom
Advanced Tort Law Seminar, Jurisprudence, Theories of Constitutional Interpretation Seminar, Torts
Professor Kaye joined Stetson's faculty in fall 2006 after serving one year as a visiting professor. Before joining Stetson, he taught at the University of Birmingham, England, where he served as undergraduate admissions dean and taught and published in the fields of torts, jurisprudence and education law. Professor Kaye also formerly taught at Vytautas Magnus University in Kaunas, Lithuania. He co-authored Blackstone's Book of Moots and he co-founded the Oxford University Press National Mooting Competition.
Kaye was the first chairman of the LNAT Consortium Ltd., a company formed by eight top British law schools to oversee the National Admissions Test for Law. Formerly a consultant with one of the largest education law practices in the United Kingdom, he has advised numerous schools, colleges and universities. On three occasions, he was commissioned by the Estonian government to carry out evaluations of law teaching at higher education institutions in Estonia. He co-wrote the United Kingdom's general guidance for schools on the Human Rights Act.