International Economic Law and the construction of the Marine Resources Utilization Law. Commentator: Tomer Broude. 2. 11:00-12:00 (GMT) Rachel R. Du, the World Trade Institute, University of Bern. Dispute Settlement under Regional Trade Agreements.
Bangor School of Law welcomes applications from suitably qualified graduates to read for the degrees of PhD, MPhil and LLM Res by research. For a PhD degree, you are expected to present the results of your research in a thesis which represents a significant original contribution to knowledge in the subject area studied, and to undergo a viva voce examination.
Particular emphasis will be placed on the foundations of economic theory, quantitative methods, law and economics, environmental economics, and the economic analysis of institutions. The PhD programme is articulated in the following research areas.
Intellectual Property Law Thesis topics. Intellectual property law is a branch of law that deals with rules for enforcing legal rights, artistic works, designs, and inventions. The same way law protects personal property, so does it protect the control of intangible assets. The aim of this law is benefiting inventors for their creative works.
Prison inmates' socio-economic rights in South Africa: compatibility of domestic law with international norms and standards aseko, Thembinkosi Wilson ( 2014-07 ) This study critically analyses the protection and enforcement of inmates’ socio-economic rights in South Africa.
Her thesis explores the role and potential of international economic law to meet the challenge of food insecurity. The PhD project is supervised by Professor Morten Broberg. Prior to joining the University of Copenhagen, Theodora worked as a Research Associate to His Excellency James Crawford AC, Judge of the International Court of Justice, and in private legal practice in London.
The PhD programme is entirely research based. You will be expected to carry out the necessary research work and write a comprehensive thesis with a view to making a new contribution to the discipline of economic development or international trade.
International and European law are the strongest elements in our programme, including a long-standing experience in human-rights protection, social law, competition law, international economic and environmental law, and the impact of globalisation on European and national legal systems and constitutional structures.