Title of thesis: Export Cartels: Filling the Gap in International Competition Policy
Supervisor: Dr Luca Rubini
Office Hours for Semester 2:
Wednesdays, 12-1pm, room G16
LLB (School of Oriental and African Studies)
LLM in Competition Law (King’s College London)
Legal Practice Course (BPP Law School)
Tiffany Kwok graduated in 2009 with an LLB from the School of Oriental and African Studies. She then obtained the LLM in Competition Law at King’s College London while participating in the European Law Students’ Association Moot Court Competition on WTO Law. Her dissertation focused on conflicts of jurisdiction between regional trade agreements and the WTO. After completing the Legal Practice Course, she spent a year working in pro bono legal charities in London before moving to Birmingham.
Tiffany is currently working on her PhD thesis and is conducting research surrounding the lack of regulation for export cartels in the field of EU Competition Law and the WTO. Her research topic deals with the economic effects of export cartels on global trade and their regulation. In light of said effects, she is considering whether the lack of consistent regulation in domestic antitrust laws is warranted, and whether reform, and what of law reform, is necessary.
Review of C. Murray; D. Holloway; D. Timson-Hunt, Schmitthoff's Export Trade: The Law and Practice of International Trade (2013) 19(2) International Trade Law & Regulation 47-48