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Our PhD students are conducting research into a range of subject areas including Financial Regulation, International Commercial Arbitration, Human Trafficking, Law Enforcement and International Investment Law.
The operation of the Tribunal of First Instance and an Appellate Tribunals of the Investment Court System.
Investor-state arbitration and African states: Advancing the proposal for a Regional Investment Court.
The impact of developments in Higher Education, including the Higher Education and Research Bill, on the student experience.
A comparative study of fair and equitable treatment in foreign Investment law: USA and Bangladesh.
Instituting a regulatory framework for the role of lender of last resort at domestic and international level.
Forum non conveniens as a replacement for Lis pendens in the European Union: A comparative study between UK, EU, Russia and Japan.
The applicability of investment court awards to the New York Convention.
EU International lis pendens rule on Shadow Of Brexit.
Private versus public Interests in International Investment Law: A need for reform through a human rights perspective.
Treaty drafting, national sovereignty and Tanzania’s goal to improve the negotiation of Bilateral Investment Treaties.
Board Neutrality Rule, Shareholders Primacy and the impact takeovers have on Employees.
Rebalancing International Investment Agreements in Favour of Host States: Proposal for a World Investment Court.
Proposal for an appeal mechanism in investor-state arbitration.
The destabilising nature of the resulting and Quistclose trusts on a company's insolvency asset pool.
Employee Turnover: Wider reaching implications of turnover in the Police and Prison Service.
The Use of Spatio-temporal Analysis of Electrical Fire Incident Data to Target Effective Fire Prevention Education.
Police Professionalism, professional development.
An investigation into the development of policy, professional practice and interventions in the cases of domestic violence and abuse.
Police Public Relations in the Age of Social Media.
The process of giving evidence for child victims of sexual abuse.
A study into the extent to which youth justice strategy since 1997 has achieved responsibilisation of young offenders and their parents.
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