Martin Morgan-Taylor teaches consumer, commercial and e-commerce law at both
under-graduate and post-graduate levels. In addition, Martin publishes in the area of light
pollution and nuisance. Martin is Legal Adviser to the Campaign for Dark Skies and past Vice President of the International Dark Sky Association (bodies attempting to reduce light pollution). He is also a member of the Institute of Learning and Teaching in Higher Education (ILTHEM), The Society of Legal Scholars and a Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society. In the business law area his research interests are in the field of
consumer protection, particularly the protection of consumers against unfair commercial practices and terms, as well as protection when buying online. Recent publications include: Willett, C. and Morgan-Taylor, M. (2013) ‘Consumer protection’ In: Furmston, M. and Chuah, J. (eds.) Commercial Law, 2nd ed. Harlow: Pearson Education, pp. 385-480; and Willet, C. and Morgan-Taylor, M. (2012) ‘Recognising the limits of transparency in EU consumer law’, In: Devenny, J. and Kenny, M. (eds.) European consumer protection: theory and practice, Cambridge : Cambridge University Press. pp. 143-163.