Mrs Bronwen Williams JP MStJ MA, PGCE, LLB (Hons) SFHEA
Tel: +44 (0) 1792 481135
Academic Director for the Swansea Business Campus undergraduate and post graduate courses
Bronwen started her career, working as a trainee solicitor for a sole practitioner in Swansea before moving into teaching at the University of Glamorgan on the LLB course. In practice, Bronwen worked in areas of Employment Law, Family, Probate, Contract, Land, Criminal, Intellectual Property, Company and Tort.
Bronwen has been lecturing Law at the University since 2007 and has overseen the development of the public services portfolio, adding Law, Criminology and Policing undergraduate and postgraduate courses to the university's offer.
Bronwen was appointed as an Academic Director in 2019 and oversees all postgraduate and undergraduate courses delivered within the Institute of Management and Health in Swansea.
Bronwen is the Strategic lead for the Police PEQF partnership with South Wales and Gwent police forces to deliver the new Police Apprenticeship.
Bronwen is passionate about enhancing the employability of the students within the university and has been central to the setting up of student volunteer schemes with public sector organisations. This work is forming the basis of her Professional Doctorate Research.
Bronwen is a Magistrate with the West Glamorgan Bench in Swansea.
Bronwen sits as a member of the Independent Ethics Committee for South Wales Police and Crime Commissioners Office.
- Senior Fellow Member of the Higher Education Academy
- Sister Member of he Order of St John
- Intellectual Property in Design Innovation
- Business Law for the Executive MBA
- Law and Ethics for NHS Management
- PGCE (Pcet)
- Dissertation Supervisor
- Introduction to Law
- Legal Process
- Criminal Law and criminology
- Tort Law
- Contract Law
- Human Resource Management
- Employment Law
- Corporate Social Responsibility
- Law, Ethics and Professional Practice
- Industrial Placements/Work Experience
- Fitness & Exercise
- Dissertation Supervisor
- Enterprise and entrepreneurial education
- Employability in higher education
- Legal Education in Wales
- Competency Frameworks
- Social Capital
- Research Methodology
- Magistrate for the West Glamorgan Bench
- Member of the Independent Ethics Committee for South Wales Police and Crime Commissioners Office
- Member of the Night Time Economy Strategy Group for Swansea City Centre
- Business Ambassador for Careers Wales
- Mentor for Young Business Dragons
Williams. B.V (2011) Editorial Review for Swansea University Osteopath clinic, Mumbles Community Times
Williams. B.V (2011) Editorial Review for the ‘More Than Physio’ Clinic Mumbles, Mumbles Community Times
Williams. B.V. (2012) Does Practice Make Perfect Public Service professional : How can HE Institutions help deliver the next generation of professional public servants, South Wales Business Review Vol. 3 Issue 4 p14-15 Swansea Metropolitan University