Nottingham Law School's LPC director bids farewell

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  • I'd like to add that Bob White was also one of the most entertaining and naturally talented teachers that I have ever had the privilege of being taught by. He always brought sunshine to a rainy day! Those of you whom undertook the LPC part-time at NLS will no doubt understand what I mean when juggling full time work, family and LPC weekends and workloads.

    A "BIG THANK YOU" Bob. My only regret to the news in relation to your retirement is that future students will not have the privilege of being taught by a scholar of your calibre.

    I wish you continual joy throughout your retirement.

    Truly, thank you ...

    Chrissie Lightfoot "TheEntrepreneurLawyer"
    (LPC part-time student NLS 2006)

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  • Any chap that made accounts lectures moderately interesting deserves respect

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  • I'm currently on the LPC and have had the pleasure of Bob White's teaching. He's a hilarious and really kind man, definitely makes lectures more enjoyable! I wish him the best in his retirement and hope those vegetables win prizes :o)

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  • Bob White is a a true legend. What more is there to say!?

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  • I was taught by Bob back in the days of the "Finals" course- no-one but Bob could have got me through the dreaded Accounts exam;we all loved him even when his lecture was was last thing on Friday afternoon. Bob - have a great retirement - did you ever get to meet Felicity Kendal...?

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  • Outstanding lecturer. Able to keep the attention of even the most easily distracted students!

    Best wishes in retirement.

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