Professor Warren Barr joined Liverpool Law School as a Lecturer in Property Law in September 1997, having completed his undergraduate and postgraduate degrees at the University of Reading. He was named National Law Teacher of the Year 2006, and was promoted to Senior Lecturer in 2007. In 2014, his contribution to leadership in learning and teaching was recognised by membership as a Principal Fellow of the UK Higher Education Academy, applied for through the University of Liverpool Teaching Recognition Award (ULTRA) scheme. He was appointed to a personal Chair in October 2014.
From 1st September 2017, Warren took up a five year appointment as Head of Department of the Liverpool Law School.
He is a member of the Modern Studies in Property Law Board, which guides the organisation of the conference and of the prestigous 'Modern Studies in Property Law' book series, published by Hart Bloomsbury on a biennial basis.
Charity Law, Trusts Law, Land Law, Social Housing
Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
National Law Teacher of the Year 2006
Co-Author (with Robert Pearce) Pearce & Stevens: Trusts and Equitable Obligations, Oxford University Press, 7th Edition, 2018
‘Property division on the breakdown of non-marital relationships’ in R Lamont (Ed) Family Law, Oxford University Press, 2019
‘Shell Charities and Terrorist Financing: A Sledgehammer to Crack a Shell?’ (2018) 32 Trusts Law International 202
‘Repudiatory Breach of Leases – Hard Lessons for the “Contractualisation” of Leasehold Law’ in H Conway and R Hickey (Eds), Modern Studies in Property Law Volume 9. (Hart, 2017)
Editor, Modern Studies in Property Law - Volume 8, (Hart , 2015)