MPhil/PhD Students in the School of Law
This page lists all current PhD candidates in the School of Law together with their area of research. For information about research degrees in the School of Law, visit the following page.
Working Title: “Women and International Criminal Law: The Importance of Recognizing Women’s Right to Perpetrate Crimes”
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Corporate governance in emerging economies: a case study of domestic small and medium size enterprises listed on ChiNext Board of the Shenzhen Stock Exchange in the People’s Republic of China
- Email: Mimi.email@example.com
A comprehensive analysis of the legal framework of Iraq's oil industry
- Email: J_Al-Asady@soas.ac.uk
The legal framework of foreign investment in the GCC real estate sector
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Quest for Legality of Iranian Women: The Compatibility of Iranian Law With the Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW)
- Email: email@example.com
Working title: The Development of the Law and Practice of International Arbitration in Saudi Arabia
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org;
Refugees, unrecognized: The implications on the right of return for Palestinian Refugees
- Email: J_Bastaki@soas.ac.uk
British decolonisation in Mauritius: a legal study
Family Law Reform in Bangladesh: The Need for a Culture-Specific Legal System
Rethinking the Principle of Common But Differentiated Responsibility in International Climate Change Regime and its Implication to Taiwan
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From Lawfare to Legicide: the Enabling effect of International Humanitarian Law upon Sub-state Terrorism
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Impact of International Law on Islamic Law in Saudi Arabia
Human rights and cultural identity in a constitutional framework: a comparative approach
Inherent conflict within Muslim succession personal law in India
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Legal protection of children's right to free and compulsory primary education in Nigeria: Sources of difficulties and prospects
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Islamic Law and International Human Rights in the Thought and Practice of the Society of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt.
International Law and Cyberspace: What is International about International Law?
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Encouraging Investment Through International Arbitration.
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Re-thinking transitional justice in a post-colonial context - analysis of the Franco-Algerian war and the reconciliation process (working title)
- Email: Laila_fathi@soas.ac.uk
Transforming Patent Paradigm for Essential Health Innovation: Alternative Conceptual Framework Building towards Open Innovation (working title)
- Email: Yuanqiong_hu@soas.ac.uk
Working Title: “Women and Jihad: a gendered analysis of international humanitarian law and the participation of female combatants in contemporary situations of violence in the Middle East”
- Email: Annie_hylton@soas.ac.uk
Enforcing Arbitral Awards Against Sovereign States : The Validity of Sovereign Immunity Defense in Investor-State Arbitration
- Email: 240965@SOAS.AC.UK
OHADA, a regional legal system to support the creation of an internal market in Africa
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The role of procedure in shaping outcomes - Anti-terrorism trials under Indian Law.
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Democracy in the context of clientelism: the role of electoral laws in Bangladesh
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Protecting Religious Minorities within Islam in Indonesia: A Challenge for International Human Rights Law and Islamic Law
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Law, Norms and Administrative Rules in Climate Change Flexible Mechanisms – Legal Framework in Global Environmental Governance (working title)
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Working title: "Rentier Law: Access to Environmental Justice in Nigeria"
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The impact by the International Criminal Court's establishment on the further and future development of crimes within the court's jurisdiction and those left outside.
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Making Multinational Enterprises Accountable: Enhancing Human Rights Due Diligence Obligation In Dealing With Corporate Complicity
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International Justice: Solution or Obstacles to Peace in Housing, Land and Property Conflicts
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Comparing Formal Legal Discourse across Sites of Global Adjudication of Investment Disputes: the Variable Significance of ‘General Principles of Law’ Rhetoric in the International Court, International Commercial Arbitration and Investment Treaty Arbitration.
Recognition and Enforcement of Transnational Commercial Arbitral Awards: An Appraisal of the Legal Regimes in England and Nigeria.
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Moving Towards Good Corporate Governance at UK Banks: A Comparative Analysis including Case Studies of Japan's Financial Sector Reforms and of State-owned Banks.
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The Development of Foreign Direct Liability Litigation for Corporate Responsibility in Europe
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Corporate Governance and the Legal Protection of Employee-Shareholders in Mozambique
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In the Shadow of uniformity: Islamic and Muslim marriages in contemporary Europe.
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Testing the Effectiveness of the British Army’s Training in International Humanitarian Law
Accountability for environmental damage arising out of armed conflict under international law
- Email: Aida.email@example.com
Freedom of Thought and Expression in post-1979 Iran ( a Comparative Study Between Iranian law, Islamic Law and International Law)
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Accessing justice when Families Breakdown: Divorcing South Asian women in Ontario, Canada
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The legal implications of unregistered marriages in Britain amongst second generation South Asians
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The Emerging Normative Framework of the African Union on Constitutionalism – The Legal Process and the Contribution to Peace, Security and Democratic State Building
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Law as a Determinant of External Finance: Foreign Direct Investment in Sri Lanka
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Transitional Economic Law and China's Economic Legal System reform
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The Role of Ijtihad in Legal Reforms of Modern Muslim States: A case Study of Morocco, Pakistan and Iran.
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
A Critical Analysis of State Legal Policy Making in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia: Systems, Reforms, and Determining Factors
- Email: Hani_Zedan@soas.ac.uk