Our PhD students

PhD student projects cover many different areas of legal research and can be multidisciplinary. Outlined below are a number of research topics currently being explored by our students.

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Behnam Balalimood Behnam Balalimood
"EU immigration policy, EU civic citizenship, and the integration of migrants into the receiving society"
Law_PGR_student_FayeBird Faye Bird
"Islamic State’s Use of Forced Marriages and Sexual Slavery as a Weapon of War: A Critical Analysis of International Law in the Changing Landscape of Modern Day Warfare"
Max Byrne Max Brookman-Byrne
"Militarised Drones and Their Implications for International Law"
Natasha Georgiou Natasha A. Georgiou
"Energy Regulation in International Trade: Legal Challenges in EU-Russia Energy Relations from an Investment Protection Perspective"
face Hoshman Ismail
"Genocide of the Yezidis within the context of Responsibility to Protect"
face Steve Samuel
"Diplomats, Practitioners, Scholars: A Study of the Multiple Roles Played by International Lawyers in Public International Law"
face Wanni Teo
"EU External Co-operation on Counter-Terrorism: A Fundamental Rights Perspective on Information Sharing"
face Hiba tul Waheed
"The International Protection of Minority Rights in Pakistan"

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Abdulhaleem Mohammed Abdulhaleem Mohammed
"Monitoring of legislative omission by the constitutional judiciary (a comparative study)"
Ana Laura Cannilla Morozovich Ana Laura Cannilla Morozovich
Ana is completing her PhD in Law with a thesis titled "Meanings under Democratic Construction: A Theory of Deliberative Constitutional Review" and is currently a Sessional Lecturer in Public Law 1 & 2 at the University of Reading. Ana's research interests are legal theory, political theory and constitutional theory. She holds a degree in Law from Complutense University of Madrid and an LLM in Human Rights from University Carlos III of Madrid.

Family, Gender and SexualityFamily, Gender and Sexuality

Law_PGR_student_FayeBird Faye Bird
"Islamic State’s Use of Forced Marriages and Sexual Slavery as a Weapon of War: A Critical Analysis of International Law in the Changing Landscape of Modern Day Warfare"
Liz-Mari Welman Liz-Mari Welman
"Securing gender equality at a senior level? A critique of UK employees' right to request flexible working"
face Olugu Ukpai
"Beyond 'Amputating A Healthy Limb' Argument: Female Genital Cutting (FGC): Problems and Prospects of Its Socio-Legal Abolition in South-Eastern Nigeria"
face Julie Knight
"To what extent the law effectively protects, and can effectively protect, the dignity of elderly people in care"

Legal HistoryLegal History

face Sally J Gold
"Quakerism, Localism and Law - a critical consideration of the History of the Quakers in the North West of England and the Religious and Political Policy of the Restoration"
Michelle Johnson Michelle Johnson
"The influence of Christopher St German in English law: theories of conscience"
face Louise Falcini
Louise Hague Louise E Hague

Property, Transactions & MarketsProperty Transactions and Markets

face Ian F Johnson
face Mohammadsadegh Ardalan
Adnan Farook Adnan Farook
"Competition Law and High Technology companies"
Mira Marinova Mira Marinova
"The treatment of fidelity rebates under the EU competition law - beyond the 'as efficient competitor' test"
Stefanos Merikas Stefanos Merikas
"Tramp Shipping Pools: An Assessment under the Scope of EU Competition Law"
face Pamela Nika
"The interaction between monetary policy and banking supervision tasks of the European Central Bank under the existing provisions of the Treaty"
face Athanassios Skourtis
"The Application of a More Economics-based Approach (MEA) and Behavioural Economics in EU Competition Law"
   

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Elizabeth Wyeth
Postgraduate Research Administrator
m.e.wyeth@reading.ac.uk

Tel: +44 (0)118 378 4165

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