Graham Humby

Senior Lecturer

Faculty:Faculty of Business and Law

Department:School of Economics, Finance and Law

Location: Cambridge

Areas of Expertise: Law

Graham Humby lectures on our LPC and LLB law programmes, in the areas of civil litigation and dispute resolution, private client, succession and legal skills including entrepreneurship and business development.


Graham qualified as a solicitor in 1979 and went on to become Senior Partner of a national law practice based in London. He has extensive experience at senior level in areas relating to governance, regulation and professional practice. He has sat as a Solicitor Assessor (Civil) in the High Court of Justice on Costs Appeals and was appointed as a Board Member of the Courts Board (CENS), a public appointment and statutory office under the Courts Act 2003.

He is an independent tribunal/panel member of several statutory, royal charter and self-regulated regulatory bodies selected to sit on their Conduct, Disciplinary, Adjudication and Appeal tribunals. He retains on going links with legal practice.

Graham has a developing research focus in 'public interest' and how regulatory bodies represent the interests of the public in providing protection.

As well as professional qualifications, Graham has a Bachelor of Law degree, a Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education and is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. He's also a member of the Law Society.