Stanislava teaches on the following modules:
- EU law/Foundations of EU law (UG) (Module co-convenor)
- International Investment Law and Arbitration (PG) (Module convenor)
- Legal skills (UG)
Research centres and groups
- Centre for Commercial Law and Financial Regulation (CCLFR)
- Society of Legal Scholars
Dr Stanislava Nedeva joined the University of Reading as a Lecturer in Law in September 2022, and has previously taught at Cardiff University, UWE Bristol and the University of Exeter (part-time).
Dr Nedeva has research interests in investment law, arbitration (international commercial and investment treaty), energy law (oil and gas), private and public international law. She has published in the above fields; and is open to collaborative research in these areas.
She obtained the Vice-Chancellor’s Research Studentship (full funding, merit-based) to complete her PhD in oil and gas investment contracts and arbitration at the University of Exeter. Her thesis was recognised with the ‘Honourable Mention’ Award at the ICC Institute of World Business Law Competition 2021. Following from that, her monograph was accepted for publication as a book by Edward Elgar Publishing and will soon be published.
Stanislava welcomes proposals from prospective doctoral students, as well as LLB and LLM dissertations, that fall within her areas of interest.
Stanislava also currently facilitates the School of Law’s Mediation training programme.
- PhD (University of Exeter) Vice Chancellor’s Research Studentship
- LLM (University of Exeter) LLM Excellence Award
- LLB (with Honours) (University of Exeter)
- Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
- Noussia, K. , Nedeva, S. , Aakaansha, A. , Wang, C. , Glynou, M. (2022) Bias of arbitrators: a critical analysis on the law post-Halliburton v. Chubb and a comparative approach. Journal of International Trade and Arbitration , 2 (1). pp. 31-92. ISSN: 2146-9717
- Noussia, K. , Al Muqaimi, M. , Bouvery, L. , Chen, W. , Nedeva, S. (2022) Appeals in arbitration: the modern function of Section 69 of the Arbitration Act 1996. In: Devenney, J. , (eds.) Research Handbook on Transnational Commercial Law. Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd