International Trade Law

International Trade Law



The research interests of the group extend to a wide range of areas in international trade law and relevant disciplines, including:

  • World Trade Organisation (WTO) Law
  • Trade and Sustainable Development
  • Trade and Green Energy Policy
  • International Sale of Goods
  • International Carriage of Goods
  • International Payments
  • Trade Finance
  • Trade and Digital Technology
  • International Investment Law
  • International Dispute Resolution (negotiation, mediation, litigation and arbitration) 

This group is eager to support innovative PhD research projects in any of these areas. Please be comfortable to contact any member of the Group if you are considering the start of your adventure towards a career in research.

This Group’s research is linked closely with the delivery of research-led postgraduate programmes both on-campus and online with dissertation or professional skills options:

International Trade Law courses also form part of other LLM degrees offered by the School.