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Rishi Gulati is a LSE Fellow in Law. He has a PHD from King’s College London which he undertook as a Dickson Poon Scholar of Law. His doctoral thesis, Securing a Fair Trial Against International Organisations: A Private International Law Perspective, introducing for the first time the concept of a regulatory arbitrage in the governance of international organisations, shows how private international law techniques can be used to address this arbitrage and at the same time balance competing but legitimate values. Rishi also has an Advanced Masters in Public International Law from Leiden University and a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) from the Australian National University. He has previously been a Judge’s Associate at the Federal Court of Australia, laureate Research Fellow at the University of New South Wales, and has worked at the Australian Attorney General’s Department advising and representing the Australian Government on a range of international law issues, including international commercial and trade law. Rishi is a Barrister at the Victorian Bar, Australia. He represents clients before numerous national and international courts. Rishi’s present academic projects concern work on a Nuffield funded project on the right to a fair trial in international law (with Philippa Webb and Amal Clooney); and he is the co-editor of The Elgar Companion on the Hague Conference on Private International Law (Edward Elgar, 2019) (forthcoming). Rishi has undertaken research stays at the Max Planck Institute for Public and International Law and the Berlin Potsdam Research Group / KFG - The International Rule of Law - Rise or Decline?. He has presented his work at several leading institutions and is often asked to contribute to the print and electronic media.
Students should make appointment to see Rishi via email:
Private International Law: LL212
International Dispute Resolution: LL4E6
International Investment Arbitration: LL4E7
Rishi Gulati, Thomas John and Ben Kohler (eds), Elgar Companion on the Hague Conference on Private International Law (Edward Elgar, 2019) (forthcoming)
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