Areas of Expertise

The Institute has a broad competence to supervise advanced degrees, and has particular expertise in the following areas. Your particular research interest may be able to be supported, even though it is not listed below.

Public Law and Regulation

for example:

  • Constitutional Law
  • Human Rights
  • Labour and Equality Law
  • Law and Development
  • Law and Language
  • Legislative Studies and Legislative Drafting

European and Comparative Law

for example:

  • Comparative Law
  • European Union Law
  • European Financial Law

International Law

for example:

  • International Humanitarian Law
  • Public International Law
  • Private International Law 

International Economic law

for example:

  • International Economic Law and the WTO
  • Bilateral Investment Treaties
  • Digital Evidence and E-commerce

Private and Commercial Law

for example:

  • Banking and Securities Law
  • Company and Commercial Law
  • Economic Crime
  • Tax Law

Law, Legal Profession and Access to Justice

for example:

  • Legal Education
  • Legal Profession
  • Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution

Recent PhD completions

Chiara Orlandini
‘International Financial Stability as Public Good.  Rules and Architecture for a Global Quest’

Sara Ashrafkashani
‘The Role and Responsibilities of Shari’ah Boards in the Context of Islamic Finance and their Position in Law’

Salim Ali Al-Ali
‘Towards Sound Ṣukūk Markets: Structural, Legal and Regulatory Issues’

Mohammad Shariful Islam
‘A Critical Examination of the Concepts of Frustration, Hardship and Force Majeure in English Law: A Proposal for Change’

 

Page last updated: 15th November 2016