mike whitehouse

Professor Mike Whitehouse

Professor and Mediation Service Lead

Summary

Mike Whitehouse (formerly Feintuck) arrived at the University of Hull in 1992 as a lecturer, and has since been promoted to Senior Lecturer, and, in 2003, to Professor. From August 2006 to July 2009 he was Head of the Law School. His research has focused on various aspects of regulation within a range of socio-legal contexts. Accredited as a Mediator by the Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution in 2010, Prof Whitehouse has developed a public-serving mediation service under the auspices of the School of Law and Politics. Served as a Specialist Adviser to the House of Lords Select Committee on Communications for an inquiry into the relationship between news output and media ownership (2007-8)

Undergraduate

Undergraduate - Mediation and ADR: Theory and Practice - Practical Legal Skills - Public Law and the Constitution - Systems of Justice

Journal Article

Regulating civil mediation in England and Wales: towards a 'win-win' outcome

Whitehouse, M. (2017). Regulating civil mediation in England and Wales: towards a 'win-win' outcome. Mediation theory and practice, 2(1), 69-83. https://doi.org/10.1558/mtp.31937

Regulating media markets in the public interest : principles beyond competition

Feintuck, M. Regulating media markets in the public interest : principles beyond competition. Journal of Media Business Studies, 6(3), 63-77

Postgraduate supervision

Professor Whitehouse welcomes applications in - Theory, practice or regulation of mediation - Regulatory theory and principle - Socio-legal work relating to the mass media or public services such as schooling Completed PhDs Prof Whitehouse has supervised to successful completion students working on aspects of all of the areas listed above, and on more general themes in public law.